Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1943
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Publication Established In 1877 II .I "
Official County ,


Way Cleared I Lt.-Col. LongT. County Health/ Unit Apparently Saved .1

WorkOn M W

To Start War\ Mothers Brooker Youth I County(; Given(

SewerageAlthough Honored Today fl .Mil yEHR'S' WISH Killed, In CrashFuneral 2 Weeks To i

the road has been

long and difficult to the goal for fan e Mrs. Frank. Wilson chairman,, May Health, Happiness and COCK) services for Ralph B. Iron Out Details

adequate sewerage plant Fortune come to each of you Thomas 27. the son of Mr. ami
to be inlght. announces., plans are progres' ..
Starke, it seems!' now urns nicely for the reception and during the next twelve months. Mro. Grover Thomas of Brooke r, Life of the Bradford-Clay Health

On December 7 the contract program honoring mothers ol were conducted Sunday at 3 i P. Unit was apparently saved In alostminute

was let to Boyd 4 Goforth,, eons In the armed services fron And may you be prosperous as' M. in the New Hope Primitive parley held In the

Charlottesvllle Va., at Bradford County and surrounding I City Hall Thursday afternoon
Inc. of rxvei1; before-may the new times Baptist Church, with the Rev,
? territory which will be held al .. which attended
... Herman Moo $48,71313.According O. B. Powell, real the USO operated by the YMCA, for which you have hoped so long Church officiating. I n t ermt'nt of the State Board of
to on FrIday. Jan. 1, from 4:00: U. Health and members of the City
In the New
was Hope Cemetery;
for Reynolds. Brew- 6.00 P. M.Chaplain. actually and cheer your
dent engineer : appear 'with the Thomas U n d .ertaklnj Council of Starke. With only

ton Smith & Hills of .Jacksonville Thomas C. Holland, days. : Co., of Gainesville In charge of: three out of five members of the
have all been Chief of Branch of Chaplains, arrangements. Council present, they preferred'
the priorities will represent Brigadier-General U to await final action until theirregular
Beside his he Is ,
of materials have parents, sur
care meeting night Tuesday,
taken A. Kunzlg and will bring greet ,
shipped, much of which Is ings from Camp Blanding. y vlved by four brothersJenningof Jan. B, at which time a full meetIng s
r Foley. Ala., Wilbur of Li
already on the ground actual Joseph E. WtlHon Chairman ol j Crosse, Woodrow L. Thomas of can be held. f

work will begin in the next week the Committee of Management ol Starke and R. O. Thomas of Dr. A. W. NewltU Director of
6r ten days. Sixty or ninety' days T. Long of Starke., now stationed the USO operated by the YMCA Brooker; four sister*--Miss Mildred the Bureau of Local Health Service

should see!' the work completed., at Fort Bennlng. Ga., received will bring greetings from the- Thomas Miss Lillian Thomai for the Florida State Boardof

It Is thought. official not I f Icatlon on USO. : and Mlas Rosa Thnmaa. cBrooker Health, promised 15 days of

Also, material has been ship- Christmas Day of his promotion A special musical program will rUn'ion and Mrs. Irene Starting grace, giving County and City theirfinal officials
pod for the building\ of the north be provided by Mrs. L. ,A. Can- of Jacksonville. until Jan. 13: to give
I stations in from the rank ,of Major to that answer as to die amount
and south pumping ova Mr. Thomas radio
Mr.. Powell of Lleut.-Col. He has been planed was a operator they were able to pay-.monthlyIn
the water project. Refreshments will be served following In the Ferry Service Cam
advance for the of the
In charge of a n'ew regiment support
stated yesterday. the program.Mrs. mand. and was killed In an airplane Clinic. -
"the 300".. Wilson as Chairman' accident at Avon Park or
Most He also stated that he would
the Woman's Service Organization Service Christmas Eve lie was. a
Injuries FatalTo Sheriff Catches of the USK>-YMCA, says that Cooperating? long resident of Alachua life-I I consider both a total Bradford pledge and of $5,500from Clay

every effort has been made to having resided at La Croat Hit
Speed DemonYou get an announcement t o every Duke Says I home base was Long Bench. counties as a minimum, instead
Friday MorningIn of the original 6000. W. M.
Soldier'sCorporal can't get away from SherIff mother having a son in the service W. L. (Duke lent control administrator Calif., and ha had recentlypen Edwards, Chairman, definitely
not about three weeks In Australia
but since! there is a complete of the Gainesville
A. O. Andreu! If your car Is pledged the Board of County
list available In all
prob- keeping Vlth the request of Stui'ke area. this week issued, the Commissioners to $1,200 for the
Jack Smith was fatally fast there Is always one just a ability some mothers unintentionally following statement: "" Fire Truck: Bid
President '
The In a recent broadcast year lii addition to meeting all
Injured about 10:40: P. M. last little bit faster! Returning from may not get an announcement -
"It's the violations, prohibition
of the She that all eligible that the churches of the nation Totals $8,183 current expenses of the buildingItself.
east Alligator
Friday just Lake City teat Monday morning urges and regulations that draw the The Council members
Creek bridge on Road 261 when where he had gone after a negro mothers are urged to attend ,. ,hold,. special prayer serviceson spotlight In the Rent Control Pro : The only bid received at tht present were sold on the Idea that,
he was struck by an automobile for whom he had a warrant, a whether they receive a n announcement Thanksgiving New Year's gram. Consequently the-Impression special meeting of the City Council It was up to them at least to

driven by Mrs. Helen Maddox as man passed Sheriff Andreu, or not. Day there will be services at the gets about that the Defense Monday afternoon "for fur'' "match" the funds of the Commissioners

he ,was walking toward Camp though he himself was not loiter Starke Methodist Church Friday Rental Office Is out to hamstring nlshlng a fire pumper and equipment In view of the fact

Blanding. Mrs. Maddox took him ing along the road In his 1942 Quiet Christmas, Jan.' 1 at 10:30: ;A., M. Membersand the landlord. The pimple truth Is In and for the City ol that the city had reaped greater .'
Station Hospital
In her car to the Ford V-8 sedan! Police far dlffeient. Ninety-five out of Starke" was that of American benefits from Camp Standing t..
where he Say friends 'of all churches of
at Camp Blanding Being west of Lake Butler in every hundred landlords are La France-Foamite Corporation than the rest of the County bad.
died an' hour later, according to Sheriff the city are Invited to attend. working hand In glove with the of Elmlra N. Y. and the bid
I Union County where the From almost every angle-except Though the School Board was
State Highway Patrolman C. B. The Rev Ch... H. Allen will!: Rental Office Many times they've "
had no Jurisdiction he could only the business side- this was $8,183.00. not represented at the meeting,
:Bullock who investigated the I trail him ,and bide"his time; for: Christmas was quiet; but from deliver the message, and other gone out of their way to make ,' As the' Telegraph stated or, their promise' to pay $800 per year .

case he knew that the way he wan the standpoint of law-enforcer ministers of the 'city will partici- sacrifices that weren't required December 11, because of lack ol to the cllnlo was counted ..POD.A .

Mrs., Madox was, driving ''east, travelling he would soon be in ment officers, both city and All patriotic\! citizens are of them by the regulations sufficient priority rating thli new ray of hope appeared ,\.
and Corporal SmittB'Wts 'waking| Bradford! .County where he bad county. It was exceedingly orderly pate. "In Home Areas, for Instance vital equipment was not fortbconv when Miss Evelyn. Stump,., president
In the same direction otv the. pavenxnt plenty Gf jurisdiction I In Lake .. cordially Invited "Vo Join In the' there's a critical housing shortage Ing when the City tried to get I II ami*Mr*. C.' A. Knight

;, about three' feet'' from the Butler' the Sheriff slowed down,, "I'll have to brag on this service. i and two tenant for every several month. ago and when represented the Woman's. Club at,

curt on the' rlghf side of the while his man kept sailing along,,, Christmas," Police Chief A. L. cot. One would think that every the application was renewed, Cltj; the meeting and spoke of the,.
road; Patrolman Bullock said, so that he had to run his car Alvarez said Tuesday "It was Two Boys Sent landlord there would raise his Clerk Carl Johns stated that "w things that the women could do.:

when Mrs. Maddox' eyes were over 90 miles an hour to catch the prettiest Yuletide I ever saw; rents. to the topmost level and in, are taking a chance, hoping thai Between now and Jan, 15 local
blinded by an on-coming bus anda the speeder. the weather was fine; everybodywas To Reform School deed some of them have. Not so we can get it thin time." officials will contact Clay County

private car. The two vehicles He caught him in Bradford buying along for three the unsung majority. Found Evidently the contractor hat officials to see if they cannot: I
going west had Just passed 'the he County Judge E.! K. Perryman the registration statementsare which "
County and demanded that weeks; and everybody was pretty among the same view of the matter up raise more than the $1,000
corporal who. evidently'did not post a $25 bond for driving 80 good." The Chief thought that committed a white boy and a many, notation similar to to this time. He was ".uppollle realize that there was also a car boy to the reform school at this 'Maximum legal rent 860.01per
miles an hour. The man refused, considering the fact that StarkeIs negro : to be liable for liquidated damages work.
coming up behind him. Just as whereupon the Sheriff told him near the State's fourth largest Marianna this week. The colored month, but present. tenant of $13 per day to be paid

Mrs. Maddox passed them and that he would do one of two city (Camp Blanding), with so boy was Calvin Nelson, who had pays only MO.00'. the City. for each calendar day', Youth Released
was about' to pass the soldier, he things-either ''put up the bond many coming and going" the con- been convicted of petty larceny on "One of the Inspectors calledon delay In completion of the con

stepped even further out into the or go to'Jttll! The man insisted duct of the people ,was to be mare' 'than one occasion.! a landlord recently who'was tract beyond the time specified,, To Join Army
highway Mr. .Bullock stated. Her that he would do neither. The complimented. "About a dozen The white" boy was John "Wll- charging $10 per week for a room namely 180 days.. Also, in the
right fender struck him critically man's wife was with him. and drunks," he said, "and that was llama 15-year-old: son of Dewey that frankly wasn't worth It. The event of fallur. on his part to From a docket of an even doa n
Injuring him so that he died shortly when they arrived in Starke he all." Williams, who was sent up on a landlord knew his price was high execute the contract bond within cases In Mayor's court Monday

after reaching the hospital. sent her out to consult a lawyerthe Sheriff A. O. Andreu shared like charge.. On December 8, he and suggested that the Inspector 10 days after award of contract,, afternoon, several forfeited smalt
,Saturday morning County Sheriff refusing to let him opinion with Chief Alvarez broke Into SheriffA.. O. ,An- tell him ,wbat to charge That the certified check which he put' bonds by falling to appeAr' for

Judge E. K. Ferryman coroner, the same that this was certainly a dreu's car and removed two pain Isn't the Inspector's Job but he up Is "supposed. .: to be forfeited.But trial; two were dismissed; two, ,.
pronounced the accident unavold.. go.Upon her return the man post- :, Christmas "the' quietest II of handcuffs IUId'.""nel'ra'%.tlc" did drop a hint about other similar a letter from the contractors young men were each fined) $1

, able and absolved the driver from ed the f 25 bond, since the lawyer quiet !In Starke." from the car, confessing later because rooms renting for $6 per with reference to these two and coats for drunkenness;;..while '
ever saw I'
; all guilt In the case. told' her: "If the Sheriff says he got one of the hand- week. The property owner saw points explains: "We regret thai till another young man receiveda
, e husband was driving 80 cuffs on his arm and could not the point and $8 suited him fine. we are unable to comply with fine of $10, which was suspended
: Salvation Army your miles an hour he was driving Turn In Coupons remove It, even with a file. It He was merely recognizing the either of the above provisions because "If he went to, the Army"

: Will 80 miles an hour!" Coupons on Form No. R-1107 was decided at that time that he fact, that he was. part of a program of the uncertainty of the He said he was to Join the
BeginLocal for kerosene for cooking and would be sent to Marianna. aa big as the nation and raw material market. We cannot Army Tuesday, whereupon Mayor

Drive Builds lighting purposes expired Dec. 31; However, during the delay he felt his obligation to play. a guarantee that the apparatus will L. A. Canova suspended the $19
Mathe and holders of excess coupons are which followed he was bonded par\\ "delivered In exactly 180 calendar fine! In case he was Inducted. :3ut

: The Salvation Army will begina Home For Himself notified to turn them In to the out of Jail by bis father In' order "Most landlords see without being days, and under present at the same time the Mayor Instructed

drive for funds in .Starke within Rationing Board. Dempsey Sapp, to be at home during the Christma. told that war brings. inequalities ; day war conditions we do not: police to arrest the culprit .
'. a few days', according to H. L. R. H. Matbe. moved last week clerk, states that It Is not necessary holidays. On the nights of in sacrifice. Members of the I feel' that the contractor shouldbe if he was found on the ,
Moody state representative of Into a small new residence he has for holders to make out anew December 22, 23 and 24 he en- armed forces give up the most I penalized for conditions beyond. I street "not In uniform," and make '

Jacksonville who is already on just built for himself near the application; but that the tered the new home of contrac- Others give up what l Is necessary,, i his control. I him pay the .fine.. "

the ground here. Mr. Moudy railroad just southwest of town. board will !Issue new coupons, tor R. H.' Mathe southwest of whether it's their business, their. "We are unable to agree to the r

COllIes highly recommended by The home is only 20x20, three good for the next nine months town: again "taking things" profits, their time, or their saving forfeiture' of the certified check Rent Officials .
the Salvation Army by the State rooms. "You know you can't.n and mall them out. which did not belong to him. ... The landlords know that they further explain "as Government

Adjutant of the American Legion, D. red -more---- than-- $200 on a new -- their sacrifice as> a group Is rela regulations prohibit us officially Visit StarkeA.
and holds a 1943 paid-up memberShip I home now" Mr. Mathe said. lively light. All their Govern '! accepting a contract in
' .In the Legion Post at Gaines- I He moved Monday and on successive A Worthwhile Service ment asks Is that they rent tnelr order to start work1 until preference B. Ogletree, representative
of Defense Rent Control will ben
ville. nights-Tuesday. Wednes property as if there were no war rating certificate Is In our
he the court room from 10:30: A.
"At the Mr. day and Thursday-all told wr.IN going on, and as if no housing possession."
Moudy present robbed of about $200 worthof H vkfrN shortages existed. That's a small M. to S P. M. Monday, January
stated yesterday, "the was effects A+ 4 I, Instead of New Year's Day to
personal that
Army household and price to pay for a measure
I needs funds for Us maternity about $73 Masons Install Interview those who have problem .
said. He recovered keeps inflation\ away and the
hospital In Tampa for un be discuss with reference to .
to :
guilty 4r
wed of the amount when the property owner know and.appreciates New OfficersAt '
mothers. five
'There are ', ,
ouch arrested though he isUtill _t it. the rental of their houses, rooms ,,.; "
mothers from Bradford party 3 watches,, a regular meeting of Bradford or apartments. He will not be inStarke
County there now. Mr. Moudy missing two saws "Yes, every American citizen Is after that until
"beet clothes 6 P Lodge No. 39 F. A. M. any more
said; and 543 Steel tape and his either a landlord or a potential
young women 15.:
stock barn on Monday night Dec. 28, the Friday January .
admItted to Army's He Is building a landlord. The property owner is
Salvation goat barn following officers were Installed W L. Duke, Rent Control DIrector -
naternlty hospital in the last 60x108 feet, and a Lex Just as good and as patriotic as for the ensuing year: visiting Starke Tuesday
live feet for Congressman American people are good and
years. 20x60 the
four miles tt Worshipful Master, V S. St. stated that his office was trying
1 MW
Among the work done by the Green on Starke his property on Road 28 and 6; eaaN i patriotic. That's a sky high" percentage John; Senior Warden R. C. Bu- to be of service to this area,' and

Salvation Army Is the widespreadaid south of construct for hima r In any language. I ford; Junior Warden. Joe Martinez that he would appreciate being

to prisoner. Fifteen prison also plans to smoke house. ; Senior Deacon, P. M. Barefoot called upon at any time that his .
,"nates hive been paroled to the large concrete Coat Hangers ; Junior Deacon Lacy Con- advloe was needed.Vandiviere I'

Salvation Army in one year. GainesvilleMr. ,, deeded At CampThe way; Senior S t e w a rdr 10:. W.
Grocery orders are given in huge Move To Hayes; Junior Steward. N. N. Returns

numbers, 50'000: garments were A. A. Annie have station hospital at Camp Prevatt; Treasurer, One Wiggins;
, attributed In one year, and medl- : and Mrs.farm-home at Lawtey NW Fib Blandlng is rarely in need of coat Secretary Clifton Brown; Chaplain Mrs. S. P.. Vandiviere of Tallat.

, fuel! Christmas baskets and leheed their purchased the Ernest 4 : langorv, Mrs Edward Burns, Red J. T. Barnes; Tyler A. J.Wllkerson. sasses received word on Christmas
ether commodities are distributedQ and have bungalow at 736 rose executive for Bradford Day .that her husband Major
\ the needy throughout the year. Hallberg' brick street, Gainesville, j: County stated yesterday. They Vandiviere had arrived In the
Summer East Laselter new ( and and states and would soon return tobride.
outings for underPrivlleged move to their leed between 800 1,000 Recent BirthsMr.
{ c h' 1 d r e n'and their and plan the first of the ill gladly accept either metal or Dr\ Vandiviere haw served
motherS rents paid employment home soon aper one. and Mrs. Willie- Clyde over a year In foreign service jI

found lodgings furnished over year.When so re- t! those having coat hangers Burroughs. Starke Dec. 17, boy, and Is now entitled to return to \
114,000 building became the l states and will be assigned '
meals served in one year war situa- V -.iy kind to donate will taken Jesne Sharon. i h 1 j
Lad free transportation are some 8trlcted. owing to the hili > to the Red Cross office at Mr.\. and Mrs, Early Broward work in some Army Camp. Dr. '

: of the other work done by the tion. Mr. AnnIs closedt!' f In the '", ,,, I Starke Armory on Temple Thomas, Starke December 28, boy Vandiviere Is a son-in-law of '
Salvation mlll and lumber yard t will Eugene Bryant Thomas; Ore O.. W. Alderman and has i )
Army They are very saw and entered In the Maternity Hospital of the : sue, Mrs. Burns gladly
above Is scene
of Starke Shown Staun- numbers of friends here who are
actively end Mrs.
delivered to Mr. and
engaged In the war at the pre8ent A drive for funds Is now about to that they are I
D:r"ent' having motorlred: units defense work. At an airport vation Army located in Tampa. capital. ton Kuder, Starke Dec. 29 boy. looking forward to seeing him. ,;
attached l to the United States time he la working on get under way In Starke. C { Ii.

troops at Winter Haven. J r


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getting a foot-hold here and there on the\ f i

The Bradford County Telegraph long road back. ROUND LA TEY lat &H6

Established 1877AEABEFt What this year holds for us depends With i F. R. Carradme

largely on you and me and a hundred and

FLOMIi\PRESSASSOCMTioN\\= \ thirty million other Americans. We all are MANY VISITORS IIEKK: WALKS TAX NEKDHD t

ON\ \ going to have to tighten our belts, to make FOR IIOLJDAYH The editorial pages of dally Author of "How to Win Friends
UIlQ with are
lALEDITORIALASSCaA) e Lawtey was well sprinkled papers and weekly magazlneo
19.41 VL. sacrifices we never dreamed we would be Xmas visitors Among those filled with predictions as to the e and Influence People." r f.

t. Mathews -_..__?.. ____ Editor: aad OwnerSEBV7tiPUON called upon to make. But no matter how spending the Yuletide here were: failure of the new Income tax Qt0.QUARREL'BUT
On the 15th of March how
KATE rough the road or how painful the process; Ml' and Mrs. D. R. Dopier of will those, who have no Idea what

'" 1.75 8t Months '1.00 it will be as nothing compared to failure. Lake Wales and Pvt. and Mrs Income tax is, understand the vast
Yearly ; .. B. Brown of New River
God in his infinite mercy has spared us Luthur increase In taxation? How will
N C., visiting Mr. and Mrs Al- MAKE UP
Published Weekly bert Bellot
Htnrke, Fla. income tax return obtain that expert Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne get about 30 letters; I
owl: ClaM Matter at the Foot Offlre al experienced by countless millions of fellow Hewitt and Tallahassee small daughter., Mr.Earn-and knowledge of how to prop- week asking how they are able to live such an Ideal mar-1.;,,]

beings. But what happened to them CAN estlne, of Dobbs and Mr. and erly execute this paper which ried life. They are so devoted that one will not go into a '

Resolve To..Make It YOUR War happen to us if we fail to understand and Mrs.Mrs. Bernie Casey Dobbs of Jacksonvillewith threatens the moat horrible' play where there is no part for the other. It has cost them

families punishment for fraudulent returns -, thousands of dollars, but they have stuck to it. They were
Russell Kay) appreciate our blessings and unselfishly give their respective ? Where 10 the vast of
(Guest Editorial By the day with Mr. and Mrs army I paid $75,000 for making the movie, "The Guardsman"
our utmost toward victory.Let spent! Leerent- investigators to come from to, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer offered them $450,000 to make
Dobbs Mrs. Gus four
and Arlie ;
As we approach another year, one us hope that American cities will veld of Boston, Mans., arrived check the millions of errors made pictures, but they turned it down.

to be the most crucial in the Mr. honestly by those making their I met them on the Jbrmandie crossing the Atlantic
that promises escape the fate of London Rotterdam and Dec. 24 to visit her parents, '
nation's history it might be well for all of others. Let hope that awakened we and Mrs. W E. Covington; Petty own returns when the average his and I asked Alfred Lunt if he would tell me what magic'!
us worker cannot even complete
change". Officer 3c and Mrs. Johnny oral alchemy he had used to win the heart of such a charm. !
us to stop and "count our will stand united as a nation and with our Young of Savannah Ga., spendinga occupational questlonnalre ? ing lady. He hesitated, glanced at Lynn, and said yes.
been plungedinto Where is the coming fromto
A year ago we had just allies to the end that Victory will be ours. week with Mr. and Mrs. ArthurC. even the money first installmenton He was engaged to play in "A Young Man's Fancy" He

Most of particularly those Pearce (Sailor Young U con- pay had been born farm 35 miles from Milwaukee
# war. But we still have a long way to rnilion of returns when It Is on a and had

old enough to remember other wars, failedto Too people still don't understand, nected with the Naval recruiting common knowledge that moat of I!I, come to New York to get ahead as an actor. This was his
go. many service In the Georgia city and first big chance and he was nervous about
different. of Broadway it
time it was us are guilty spending more
grasp that about our still think that "it can't happen here", still returned to service Sunday) ; Will than we make? Many other questions When he went to rehearsals there was also in the cast aii i

Most of us expected to go think in terms of "THE war" and not "MY H. Edwards of Jacksonville was ,, logical questions, too, couldbe English actress by the name of Fontanne.

business as we had during other conflicts, war". here for the day; Mra. W. K. naked with no sensible answer Alfred Lunt thought this English girl the most beautiful

trusting to our armed forces to take care of Belk and son, Herbert of WashIngton forthcoming. The truth Is we creature he had ever laid his Wisconsin eyes on. But he
If you are seeking a ,New Year resolu- D. C., spending the holidays -
expected to buy have never had a just and equItable was too embarrassed to speak to her. ,Finally, the stage
Of course we M. B.
the resolve make this with Mr. and Mrs.
tion not to
why now tax system. As much as the manager called him over and introduced him. Lynn was
job in a Belk Is the ulster of
some bonds, and maybe get a YOUR war? The sooner we all do that, the Jones. Mrs. is in average man dislikes It, a pa- standing on a rickety, wobbly staircase which was to be

plant, provided it paid us more than sooner we'll get it over with I I Mr.the retail Jones drug and her business husband< In D. C. tlonal sales tax Is the only really'I used in the show. As Alfred Lunt advanced, his heart '

we'd been making; we would try and remember Mr. and Mrs Roy Griff and foolproof, economical and true played a private little tune of its own. \

to remove our hat when the flag children of Darlen, Ga., spent sev- tax system that places the tax Then he tried to do something which is no less than

stand when End "Feather lied" LoafingThe eral days here, returning to their|I burden on everyone alike. A man extraordinary. He had been going to see romantic European

passed by and would always home Sunday., Roy Is connectedwith enjoying: the privileges and countless plays in which the hero gallantly kissed the lady'shand

the Star'Spangled Banner was played.We majority' American citizens will the con struction of the benefits of our social system and so this ex-farm boy tried it. He lifted her hand,

had been told that this was "totalwar" say "Amen" to the following quotation froma Blimp Base at Darlen; Mr. and I should pay his part. That part he bent over, then missed his step and fell flat on his face!

"people's war"-but we just didn't New York Times editorial: Mrs. Joe L. Harrell, Jr.. of Jacksonville can be paid only through a tax The stagehands roared with laughter.But .
what he What he
-a on spends.
were down for Xmas with it didn't kill his love. The more he saw her the
lead- "The quickest to increase man- ,
understand. Fortunately, our way spends 1s considered his standardof
seem to Joe returning Sunday and Mrs. more deeply in love he became. Finally |
one day as they ,
made is to increase man-hours. We must living which Is not necessarily
did not and had power "
ers realized that we Harrell Monday accompanied by based on his income but on what were walking up Fifth avenue, they' came to 59th street

some' progress in the direction of defense increase the national working week to an her sister Miss Grace MacDonald; he spends. We are a nation of where the old-fashioned cabs wait for customers. He asked

before the first blow fell. average of not less than 48 hours What Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Rowe of Jacksonville free thinking and freer spending her to take a ride, and then and there, in a hansom cab
small children
even counts more than man-hours ,as suchis and two people, which is borne out by clopping through Central park, he proposed.
Since that time, despite confusion, visiting Mrs. Rowe's parents, Mr. I asked them if had
the fact that we will have the they-the perfect stage couple-ever
the total of labor within
productivity ,
and Mrs. J. M. Reddish returningto
bickering, red tape, bureaucracy and public second drink if It coats a dollaror quarrels."Of -
those hours. We must end the featherbedpractices Jacksonville Sunday; Mr.. and "
indifference or .protest, these leaders set Mrs. Charles L. Carter of Tallahassee -. ten if we want It. That is course we do, said Lynn. "Terrible ones-but we

task at hand. They made : built up by the unions, the make- spending several days with' the reason why we say if Con- never let the day;: go without making up."
about the grim
had the right intention to- Quarrels don t matter. But the does.
gress really making
and work, the unnecessary jobs. We must in- the parents of Mrs. Carter, Mr.i up
mistakes. Selfishness, greed, politics wards the fool voter who son- :So if you have quarreled with somebody very dear to you,
crease the efficiency of labor managementand and Mrs. J- P. Wyrick; Mr.
personal ambition raised their ugly heads Mrs. R. E.. Matthews and Charles tinually returns to office that ,why don't you try to make up today? Not tomorrow, but
organization. These are some of the type man who listens to the stinking today! As the Bible : "Let the down
and in too many instances served to retard HONe were here for the day visit- says not sun go upon
things we must do before resorting to com- ing Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howe; parasitic lobbyist it would your wrath."
our effort. enact a federal sales tax on :
pulsory labor service, with the tremendous Mr. ,and Mrs. Horace Cox spending every
But from practically a standing startwe this the day with Mr. and Mrs. purchase thereby allowing each Everett is unable t o purchase five acres along State HlghwajjNo. )
problems presents.
and one of us to aa we
have accomplished in one year more Paul L. Dinkfns, parents of Mrs. instead every of paying through pay the Cigarettes, there being: a shortage.His 28, In section 29, township I I
Specifically, examples of "featherbed"practices Cox; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford go address Is J. E. Loadholtz south, range 22 east Dec. 16;
enemies able to achieve in
than were nose three months for the
our referred to by the Times, are rules visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shu- every 34007143, Co. G, 67th A. R. APO A. M. Blanchard and Anna IS of

eight. Our able industrial leaders with bu'tfew and practices that limit production, such as ford; Petty Officer 3c Jack Mel- rest of under our lives the present as will be tax neces- 252 Fort Bragg, N. C. Thisis Blanchard, his wife, t o gnu
exceptions turned their i attention to son Darley of Uncle Sam's Coast sys the last address given before Blanchard. all of half block 3
division tem. One of two
short hauls between things are assure
'''which Guard here for the day, visiting his leaving for foreign and diagonal lot 9 in the town
winning the war; labor, that part as death; this war debt will servtce'l
points on railroads which, under present his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. This letter was mailed of Lawtey; also diagonal lot 6

works with .its hands on the assembly line, contracts, constitute a full day's work for Darley. Paul Bennett also of the I I be ,paid as or well our entire tax system months ago and was received last' west of half block 3, original map
aa our monetary
gave an account of itself, to which Democ Coast Guard, spent the day with week. A letter, however, addressed of Lawtey \
the train crew, the limitation of soft coal system will go to hell. Now you
his relatives here. Paul is stationed to the oove will reach him.
racy the world over can point with pride. tell us how the thirty million new .. .. ....
and the
miners to 35 hours per week, restrictions -I at Delray Beach, on the The address of Charles Dinkins

We set goals that even 'we did not believe on most effective( utilization of East Coast: Mr. and Mrs. O. J. under tax: payers the are going to pay is C. U Dmktns O. M. 3c| ; U. S.

better them 1 Anders and daughter Virginia of present system. you S. .Carnelian, PY-19, Fleet' Postmaster
could only to
we achieve,
labor in the construction field in building Jacksonville can't put a,man in jail for not New
spent the day with York N. Y.
and set construction' records, that were trades contracts which require the services their paying a monetary debt, neithercan
daughter, Mrs. J. H. Red- Mrs. Robert Covington of Jacksonville r

miraculous. Ships that' in the last war it of three or four men to do a job one could grave; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore to do the la government.to say that All he has he has no was In Lawtey for a day's- i'

took months to build, we built in days. Cut do more quickly alone. of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Income and a.> garnishment\ or a visit with ner parents. Mr. and
C. 'Y. May \of Tampa .visiting Mrs. W.
off from vital raw materials, we rationed There is no use in longer trying to the parents of Mr. Moore and judgment will be worthless and E Covington.

them, and in one year put over a million dodge the fact that the length of the work Mrs Mayo, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.! that is all the collector of inter- EVERGREEN

men on the battlefronts, well trained and week and rules and regulations that re- Moore; Mrs. Elsie/ Lang spending nal and revenue I'. As can;yet do we, 'Even know aa of you no nj Maw F. A. Bonier
i the day with Mrs. T. T. Darley..
fully equipped.At strict maximum individual output, are today I federal l law forcing a man to NEW ARRIVAL 0

the same time we supplied our allies the heart of the manpower problem. II I Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rob work if he 'chooses not to run', Mr and Mrs. L. A. Redding of '
erta and and If the rumor that must
son 'Red' Xmas ;you "
with vast quantities of arms, food and am- When most individuals in the land, and day with J. H. Tatum spent in DeLand, work in defense or go to the Jacksonville announce the birth Th New Year brings our

munition. We proved 'ourselves masters of when every soldier in uniform has givenup father of Mrs. Roberts.A army is true that will not apply of Vincent's a son on December 20 at St., sincere Greetings to all our

diplomacy and lined up our sister republics his normal living standards for the duration card from Billy Pendarvis after the' war, and our leaderssay Hospital. customers and an appreciation -

to the south and outsmarted our enemiesin to help win the war, it is indecent, advises stationed he likes at Williamsburg the Seabeew andIs Va. but the thin payment Is to be of the this last vast war debt, Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.were D.visiting A. Rosier relatives of- for the consideration

Africa. to say the least, for any group in this 'nation His address is W. E. Pendarvla.2nd will continue, like Tennyson's) here Thursday of last week. we have enjoyed during tie

Now we' have taken the offensive. In to use its power to try to maintain pre- Bn., Co.' C,, Platoon: 2,,Camp 'brook, to run lorever.' Do not Pvt. James C. P r In g 1 Ie of ,
Peary.', Wlmamsburg.; Va. forget that., So long as you your Moody Field, Valdosta, Ga. past year.
other words, we have just begun to fight. war privileges and "feather-bed nonproduction" chUdren and ;your children's chil- visiting relatives was

We are: a long, long way from winning the at the expense of our armed forces form A drawing of a Christmas of a Marine card arrived In the dren live payments will be. forth- Mr. and Mrs. Paul here Glover last week.and Our good wishes to awry

war. So far we have only succeeded in and the taxpaying public. several 'days ago from Gunnery coming for the liquidation of history's -i children and Mr.. and Mrs. Ben one of von and yours.
greatest debt, and rightfully nard
Rosier and children
Sergeant Charles Beck of U. S. were
M. C. A late picture also In-' so. While we agree that i visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier
BROOKER ters. Nancy Jo and Mary Lynn, SUNNY BROOK FARM was victory, in this unjust war, is Christmas.
and Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Hazen included in our letter from the
By Mrs. L. O. IlazeuBy By Miss Arsula Crosby cheap at any price, we do not Mr. XZ5SSZS2SZ
and children, Marcia Kay and sergeant. Charles, as this column agree that the burden should be and Mrs. W. J. Brannen of

M..... E. t. HaceaMr Inutile,,and Aubrey and Winfred Mrs. Inez Kelly and son, Don- advised before is stationed In' the placed upon a comparative few, Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Her-

Jim Mott had an Christmas Hazen. I ald, and Mrs. W. R. Halalop were Pacific on an undisclosed Island. or that brains and ingenuity bert Norman of Lake Butler, Mr.

guests, Mr. and Mrs Hugh Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton of shopping In Jacksonville Wednes- Anyone caring to see this picture should be penalized by an income and Mrs. Bill Spears of Raiford
will find It at our store. His and Hollis Brannen Ben Suslow'sArmy
than and daughter Myrna Lou Vero Beach spent Christmas day celling. Let a man's standard of of Auburn-
of Kalford and Mr. and Mrs. O. with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green. day.Mrs.. H. B. Kelly and* eons address is F. Gunnery Sgt, Charles living determine what be shall dale were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
F. Beck W. T.
U. S. Marine Corps Brannen Christmas.
J. Mott of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Henry Vincent and Johnny Mack, Unit No. 575 pay on the cost of making democracy -
co| San Miss
Mr and Mrs Artford Brown daughter, Minnie Lou spent Sun spent part of last week In Jacksonville Francisco. Calif.Enjoying safe for the politician. Coy Rosier or Jacksonville

and two sons Buster and Billy, of day afternoon in Gainesville with with -relatives.Mr. spent several days here last S
Tampa spent the holldaya with Mrs. I-Mclle' Barber. and Mrs. T. P. Ponds and a delightful Xmas UVWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH. week visiting hers parents, Mr.
dinner at the residence of Mr. Sunday, January 3rd. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier.
Mr. and Mm. L. A. and ,
Brown Mrs.. E. J. Hazen spent laat'I'Ueada.y children of Waldo were visiting
and Mrs P. L. Dlnklns 10 A. M.
were ,Mr. Sunday School.
Mr and Mrs. S. E. Rltch. Urs. Pond's Mrs.
In' Starke Mr and
with Mra. A. parents
and Mrs H. L. Cotton and children 11 A. M. Morning Worship Deeds
Mr. and Mr.. James Cason McKinney.. J. N. Kelly, Thursday of last Filed
Miss Adel Communion
:-Dinkina, Mr. and Sunday. We are ex- I _
spent Sunday In Gainesville with Mrs. R. P. Lewis had as dinner: week.Mr. Mrs. H. ,J. CoX'and C.' R. Dtnklns pecting to have for this service I H. E. Bennett and Gertrude

Mr. and Mrs. Bevllle guests on Christmas day Mr. and ., and Mrs. C. C. Crosby, of Jacksonville 'and Ronald Blom- Dr Herbert Lockyer, eminent : Bennett, his wife, of Union Co.,
Dr. O. B. Hazen of Weat Palm Mrs K. T, Stewart. Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Arsula Crawford, and Mrs. of to
qulst Nutley,1; N. J. author and Bible expositor from Ruth C. Bennett, of Bradford \
Beach spent the holidays herewith Grady Baxter of Waldo and Mr. Evelyn Crosby were transacting Monroe Adams, popular berry Liverpool England. This la Indeed Co.. Dec. 23; '
its mother, Mrm. Dan Hazen. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of Starke.I business In Grandln Tuesday.
Mrs. Jim Mott and Miss Bon- buyer. passed through on the way a rare belt to have tuck a Sanford E. Retch and wife, Iris
Mrs. Rubylea Hall is spendingthe Mrs C. C. Crosby and Mrs. to Plant distinguished in Lv ,
.ne Mott spent Sunday In High City for the berry deal man this small Retch to- C. A. Knight, five
Holidays In Mississippi withLieut. Artnila Crawford were guests of there. Monroe advises he town pulpit. We cordially( acres along
Springs with Mr. and Mr.. Larry will be urge State Highway No.
Mott and children. Mrs. Crawford's mot hcr-in-law, here with the money and trucks all who can possibly attend to dow 28, In section 29, township 6, /
Mrs. Nevada Palmer is Mrs C. C. Crawford 0 f Lake I
Mr and Mrs. Beville of Gainesville spending for these good Lawtey berries and I south, range 22 east Dec. 16;
spent Christmas day with her vacation In lilountatown Butler, recently.Mr. predicts a good price for fancy Ii 7 P. M. Young People's Service. C. A. Knight and wife, Clara

Mr. and Mrs. James Caaon and with her mother and Mrs. Lester Crosby and / uit. 8 P. M. Popular .E ve n I DB Mae Knight, to Iris L. Bitch,

their mother Mrs Padgett. Mrs. Eva Garnto ia spendingthe children and Mrs. Evelyn Crosby Evangelistic Service., tt
Betty Sue Caaon Is spending a, holidays in Williston with' were dinner guests of Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Johns. of New Tuesday, January 6th. JVtKif COl'RT BHAI Of FOHI THB> COUNTY

few day. In High Springs with I relative 'I Mrs. L. N. Norman o f Gum River., First W :M. U. meeting of the In FLORIDA re: E..tate, IN of I'HOBATK.COUNTY

tier grandmother.Pvt. Mr and Mrs Angus Belling and Branch Xmas day. G. M. Bennett spent several year, 3:30 P. M. Place of meet- I). W. Moore, '.

Resale Colaort and 14,.. children spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby and days last week with his son-in- ins to be announced Sunday. To Dcoased.all Creditor' and May the New Year.***

Colson spent Christmas with their 1'>Ir. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas and children and Mrs. Evelyn Crosby law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday, January 6th. ttaid ing: Claim:: or Demands Penon Acalnut Hav the realization of your'
family. were dinner guests of Mr and Epiphany Day-a Kutate:
respective parents. Floyd Crosby day in the You and each of very ambition and may;
Pvt. Talmadge Kelly and Mrs. Chief Petty Officer Harley Mrs. L. N. Norman o f Gum Mra. L. N. fJorman and Mrs. church calendar which commemo- anyftClaims old mands you are prenent hereby .you enjoy health, hoppi*

Kelly spent Christmas with Mra. Padgett of Long Beach, Calif., Branch Xmas day. Eldon Sapp of.,Gum Branch were rates the visit of the Three Wise .and of which rips and prosperity.

Kelly's mother ;:,{nr. AUce spent a few' days here with his :Mr. and ,Mrs C. C. Crosby and visiting Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Men to Bethlehem to worship the again t the eatate of you.L>. W.Moore

Thomas., slater Mrs. James Cason. children, and Mrs. Arsula Craw- :Mrs Arsula Crawford ChrlatchJld with rich gifts. deceased a, late of said County, to Best of luck to each: o*

Pasco ,,Mott of Moody Field. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Feagle and ford were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Monday.Brown Prayer M e e tine at 8 P. M. County: lorld.lgat, :his: office; In you during the New Year
VaJdoatv Ga., waa. a visitor here daughter. Jaunlta spent Christ- C. A. Bring your Bibles. Stark.trFlorida. at It
Crosby and family, and Mr. and son, Junior, of Plant City within eight calendar our sincere with.
Friday. ma day In Inverness with and Mrs J. W. Thomas of were guest. of Mrs. Aria Sunday, January I0th. month from the time of
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Hazen had friend Brooker Saturday. Brown Monthly Missionary Day. the first publication of thin notice
and Mrs. Kach
Inez- claim
for Christmas dinner all seven of E. J. Hazen and John Pin- :Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Woods and holidays. Kelly during the Coming: Jan 21 to Jan. 24. rresid'ence or anda demand shall. be place In
their children: ).[ and Mra. Marvin holster In Dr of loettoffice
r. pent Tuesday Jacksonville baby of Jacksonville were guests Bobby Carroway of Wllllston William L. Pettinglll noted of the; claimant, .and shall' ddrei TheVictory
hazes Starke: Mr. and Mrs. on business. of Mr. and Mrs H. B. Kelly dur spent part of last week Bible expositor. Watch for fur- worn to by the claimant their be
Hazen. Orlando Mr. and with hist scent, or their
Alph ; ing Xmas ther announcement.A attorney, and a*y Inn
brother-in-law nich claim
.. Purvis Office and sister, Mr. and or demand not *o filed
14. H a zen and son. supplies of all kind for Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. shall be void. ,
James of Palm Beach ;Mr. and SH!.. at The Bradford County children Raymond ,Crosby letter to a relative here from Mm. Florence J. Moore,
spent the Xmas holt- 125 Stl:
Mrs. As Call
Alton administratrix
Mrs. O. and Dobbs spent Satur- Everett Loadholta of the Estate of
Slrayhome. I.
daugh- Trlrgraph. I days with Mrs. Crosby's tells us that D. W Moore, deceased
parents day In Gainesville with, i
relatives. money: Is of no value in Africa. Firm publication December lth
1>42. 12-1S u 1-tl



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/ BRANCH days. They returned to Valdoata made a business trip t o Lake RISING

MI' T. N. Norman Saturday where Mr. Warren Is in Butler 'one day last week. By Mrs. K. ldio nornian' Operate Under Blackout] Conditions I Only 13, Huh?*

camp. Mr. and Mrs. C. Chastain and
I .
Mr. Mrs. ,.. ...
and Gordon Jones .
id'Mr. Venice Keene and Mrs. Caroline Norman, who hag little daughter 0 f Jacksonville !" '
N,'.: ifIIn. of Lawtey were visiting been spending some time at Plant were visiting Mr. and Mrs J. S. have returned to their home in
Lake, Wales after
spending the j
Overstreet I.mday. City, has returned home. Sapp during the holidays.Miss Christmas holidays with Mrs. -

and Mrs Dewey Warren Miss Agnes Sapp of Jackson Elna Conner of JackOn.j Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
_dosta) Ga., were visiting ville spent the holidays with her ville wad visiting/ her'> Norman. I

rWarren',. parents, Mr. and I parents, Mr ana :.!r&! J. S. Sapp. and Mrs. L. L. Conner this week. Eddie Norman and son were r yt I

'J, S. Sapp during the holi Mr. and Mrs A. I). Norman Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Normanhad visiting In Plant City and Lake "1))
as dinner guests Christmas
Wales last week
Day, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae ,
Mrs. J. K. Norman .la vlaltlng
' .
and daughter, Odessa Mr. and
4 tri Mrs. A. R. McRae. Mr. and Mrs.J. her daughters, Mrs' Elvlee Drlg-
of Lithia and Miss Rom
W. McRae and children, Mr. gers
Mae Norman of St. 1
and Mrs D. :M. McRae and children Petersburg.She ,g.
will return home for New
of the Fine Level section
Mr. .and Mra 1* A. Crosby of Year's. t
Mrs. Walter Underhill spent [ tt
Rising Mlsa Dorothy Norman and
last Sunday with Mrs. Eddie Nor
Bishop Myrick of Starke and Mr. I t
and Mrs. E. S. Sapp and little man.Mrs.
:Ic I son. Worthy Lewis la still very

I sick.Edward Norman' DeLand la

I.e GRAHAM spending a few days with his
fly l\lrs. L. C. Smith parents Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Norman

d Pvt. Bert before leaving for serviceIn
Broughton of Ft. Mc-
s l+l 9r hI Clellan Ala., spent! the holidays the Army. Frankle Topper, s typIcal 13-
l.'I with his mother, Mrs. Hillard year-old Chicago boy, look In
I Broughton.Mr. HAMILTON masement, if not In dUbelief. at
b II. B. At St. Anne's hospital In Chicago, the surgical staff has no Intention 13-year-old ilx-foot one-Inch George
and Mrs. Mack McKinziewere By Wiggins of being caught unprepared and untrained If the worst comes to Belle, USM, retired llolle Is the
,1 visiting her parents. Mr. Mrs. Bruce White of Jacksonville the worst. For: a week, nightly operation drills have been performed young man (very young) who saw
e and Mrs. J. H. Surrency Christmas is under blackout condItion. Not only have the hospital's Inside staff service with the marines ome-
spending the' Xmas holidays
Day. : joined In the drills but Inside ro-ordlnntlon has enlisted air raid war. where In the Pacific area. lie was
oj 1 1t I, with her parents, Mr. and dens, are watchers, first aid wardens, etc. Shown above Is one of the I honorably discharged when bi. true
Mr. and Mrs. William Thomasand Mrs. L. D. Brown .hlarfcniit nnratlnn." I I age was discovered.
!! daughter of Jacksonville Mrs. Seeber Goodman of Staike -

t spent a few days with W. M. has moved back to stay with her Hazel Brown spent Xmas afternoon ''MI'''. T. C Chnf-taln. 'family'I 1 spent the Xmas holidays

tI Thomas recently.Pvt. : mother, Mrs. J. J. Pickren. Mr. with Mm White's husband 1 l Jerry Wadsworth son of Mr.f' in Foley with relatives ,.
Leon Goodman entered the Army Dec. who l Is in the honpltal at Camp
Dryden of Camp > ,
and Mrs. G. Wadsworlh,. J1'.i, Miss Jessie Mae Brannen ofBurtow
Shelby, Miss., and wife of Jacksonville 28. Blanding.
, Miss Virginia Lou Pickren of spent: a month with his grandmother was the guest of her parents -
spent Christmas with his We are sorry to report that O.
DAYS brother-in-law and sis ter, Mr. Jacksonville Is upending the Parker, who is with the Seabees In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen
and Mrs. Harvey Starling. Xmas holidays with her mother, stationed .at Willlamsburg. Va., Is Mr. and Mm. J. A. Halley and during the Xmas holidays

IS A LONG TIME Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds Mrs. J. J. Pickren. In the honpltal. ,I.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams
spent Christmas Day with Frank busses Ethel and Betty DurlingAre
and Mrs. George Williams of
Reynolds of Reddick. spending tne holidays In
t But we enjoy every one of them Mr. Hampton and Mr. and Mrs, Kd :
and Mrs Harlle Starling Macon with their aunt, Mr*.
I that we spend with our friends of and family > f Brooker spent Durban of Lawtey were guests C. Tldwell.Mit' C.j
) Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. WilliamsXmas
this with Mrs. Starling'sfather : M. C. VlnlnK and daughter Y
community. W. M. Thomas. day. D. W. and
Mrs. Johnson
I Mr and MI'!!!. Frank Williamsof !
Your friendships and patronage Starke Clarence Melton and son of Gainesville spent the holidays. daughter June, and Mrs. Frank
attended church here Sun
Williams spent Xmas day in Jax
with their ,
ore oppreciated by the manage.ment day.Mr. Minnie parents.Mrs. and us the guest of Mr. and Mr .
and Mrs. J. B., Strickland Maiclonny TOUUR'R R
Ernest Morgan and I D. W. John
and fcf
personnel this firm, were dinner guests of Mrs. Strick Miss Jeanne Cook of. Green Cove son.

and it is our sincere wish that we land's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Springs were guests!'; of Mr. and
Davis of the State Harm Mrs. Wilson May Xmas day. Mr and Mm. Joe Sparkman
: can'continue to be of service to Christmas on Dennis Parker and Alvln Wynnof and non spent Xmas with Mr .

L you throughout the coming year. % Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Imler Chapon St.; Augustine of Delray Beach and ,Eugene all of C.Spaikman's M. Dennlaon.parents. Mr. and Mrs

and son 0 f Gainesville spent the Coast Guard,' were of Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux r
guests IIpt'nlthe
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J.
y ., H., Surrency. their respective parents recently weekend In Jax.
f-R f 11 EJ
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Melton Claude Durham U. S. N., of Mr and Mrs. Carlton I Chastaln

STARKE BEAUTY SHOPPE and children of Waldo attended Jacksonville was the guest of his and daughter of Jack sonvllle 0 In.appreciation, of the

N church here Sunday. parents Pvt. Percy Xmas Griffin day. Is now stationed spent Xmas day with Mr. and ,loyalty of our many
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberta
96 Phone 96 visited his mother Sunday in at Fort Ord, Calif. friends we find ourselves -

w Lake Butler. Mrs L. R. Kalch and daughters.Juanita YOU CAN GET again- eagerly I
t and Helen are spendingthe
''p. holidays In Jacksonville.Mr. REAL RELIEF awaiting the opportunity of wishing each one a New Year

and Mrs. B. J J. Hall have I filled with and
ACID Health Happiness Prosperity.
returned from spending a couple l

of weeks' with their daughter,I INDIGESTIONBISMAREX Happy New Year and more of them.'
? many
Mra. E. E. Geiger of Jacksonville

Let's. Go !
,r Mra Bruce White and Mlstf


S. ST. JOHN Owner

n1II1< ? T'I'f Carofintfir's Drug Store
U 1..1. 1. \: .
l. .


Janey closed the bedroom door N
and locked it. Alone at lastt{ She a I4dr
threw back her head and heaved
: a deep sigh. Then she peeked out $ "? 'JtetNgft I ..
of the corner of her eye at the tJIt
letV"NeuJ ". mirror to see whether she really
did look like Hedy LaMarr. QUite
"I a Jot she decided. .
;, And now to business., She drew
j : forth from the bottom of,her top _
bureau drawer the sheet of pink %
writing-paper and the envelope
that she had been saving for this
oj44' day. She sat down at the table
by the window and dipped the
wsh pen into the bottle of green ink ;1 (
that her sister
Q heed in'o d,0 a \ Rose a pig was such with

Of50 tl5 Of t NI 0 She beautiful wrote, arabesques .
(e .
I e'Co'C"S. table S l! "Dear

f the Nf 0 ''rf'slue \'C\'C\\.1 tneveN thau Mr.,"Morgen-and held

O\.15/ O st see vebeene out 4, her head back
e P n ho to admire this
i to e.0'C nth vie \ends veto :e'C'C\ effort of the best pupil in penmanship ,,. "otI

b doing tout votshI \ lfO class. ( Enjoy the holiday
\O ( "Here are my stamps for a '
eswhwhefe ovebet9sh bond. $18.75. I started last _'-r -yes I But rememberthere's ,
I \ (\ en.nsldela Christmas when I got 300. Not '"s-_ a hard task ahead that calls for
\'C\ \ ,, o.\\e Id counting 50 cents I have earned
\ o\e. ith gef"te i\ all the rest, working one or more 1 your level best. The war effort needs
w 0 days a week at a local grocery
:.I. way'ys! # it \S 0\ the 0'I 0\.1 e store, and I'm cjuitei proudto sayI men with drive, energy and the
'. caul I .th'OCons worked hard to get it." -sy, '
enty' Stop each;; \ \Of thumbs-up spirit of do or die. You
\. \o( Janey stared out of the windowat
that vet wish. think fO\8\\.1\ Peterson's house and beyondat want to start the New Year ready to
o thisStOStn the where the kids
big yard
e of Gn 9 pitch in and hit the Axis a heavy wallop.
e"fI 'fe oe \o\t..e hF were playing football. She held
I th'the S Vie eOe. her pen elegantly in air.
) O _A thmocth5. \.150 of"s \0 "Sitting here looking out the So choose JAX for your New Year's
\of 'than window, I see a peaceful I little I
a "
the ''I4e\'Ie 4 done o\Jf ith r i town and I wonder how tie'! world relaxation and enjoy the pleasure of;

o \ Neu I can be in such a turmoil and the f a healthful, satisfying beverage that
1' exPfesSln9 \ this world have such
otltycu 0 people of can
,. '. 0{ o\e hate for their fellow men. So I'm / \ sparkles with refreshing good cheer.
y f "\. __ proud these because i
,tneonsi Itknow '
.;. : 1 ,"o\J', \0 0' I'm helping tom ,* Jax is the perfect holiday beverage)'
ceSS the whole world peaceful again
0' J"e neSu like our little town." t golden, mellow and delicious. Ask'

She signed her name with an for JAX, the Beer of Friendship.]'
,, Important flourish, not forgetting
,, l a conspicuous "Miss" in front of _J You simply cant buy a better
i the "Janey. After she had ,
". sealed the letter she went on star beer at,any price. v
"". ing out of the window. It really
,. .",. '*. :1" was awfully peaceful. Overheadshe Ask for dart 8rt y
.1 .., .wt "- ;" heard a plane go humming by
-T: ". o"f'" "t. through the sunny afternoon air. ql Qui< tbst ?ga ,. %

, .."., a friend Then, Betty the voice, called_ In of an from her instant beat out.side'Janeyl" y o OUb i L l+xtd b+c s p: F : aI

her feet and tear. ,g7Cr, tt akefu bat abottaAe y ,,.,,,. .
downstairs v3
tng and out. She was *** i
not Hedy LaMarr nor a deep phil- of> *
osopher any more, but exactly \>e
P. S. STORES Inc. twelve years old. **

Letter from an actual communication r }u!ntvuy e4 is* 31J&5 !
In Uw Ul... of U. Treasury Department. 11 f
Grownups and children alike %&
should aU help the "breadwin-
ner" of the family to budget for ys&- Mf8
Blandlng Center Bus Station and 145 Call Street War Bonds. Let's all Join a par-
r roll savings plan and "top that ;
19% by New Years"
Starke, Florida V.*. mntrjD,_ rbAX> nWIu, COMUIT-Juksodrilli Florida -
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days Miss Jacquline Woodward Lamar Whldden. Cluff chose that time to present England The record U

II SOCIETY and CLUBS arrived the day before Christmas {ra' Yonge and family and sis hubby Dick with that most precious minutes long, and can be phyN

_ from St. Augustine, to spend the ter-in-law. Mrs. Garrardi and of all, gifts-a lovely little over,45 'time*,,Lou say Tb'l
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holidays with her parents, Mr. Howard Roberts, all of Lake Butter "
girl. When I say "presented, makes 15: hours of llstenla
Christmas' Tea Dance I Engaged Married_ In Lake Duller and Mrs. J. W Woodward. were Sunday supper guest of I mean figuratively, of course, by that time I suppose eVl'n'lbe and
Mrs C. A McRae and children Mr. and Mrs M. D Yonge. for Dick ls. a fur piece from moet, devoted of husbands would
At USO-YMCA I David Gunter and Maggie Star- of McIntosh arrived Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Godwin entertained Stark-A 1 ask a. if you must bo ready for a "change of tune

Is Enjoyable Event ling, both of Starke, Dec. 12. Join her daughter, Betty. Cecile as luncheon guest Monday know Congrats to mama an' Ah, me If I could
Buddy McNeal and Jennie and Patricia for the remainderof I Mr and Mr. Jack Kite of papa an' greetings to baby: Sharon find A man who would listen only 13 '

Sponsored by the Woman's Ser Maude Thomas, both of Brooker, the holidays at the home of West Palm Beach, Lieut. J. C. Lou Robinson <( vice Organization of the usa a Dec. 18.FLA.. her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. A. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. J, R: visit) says she talked a letter I'd think I was in Paradise

beautiful tea-dance waa given on Bouvier.Mr. Kite. tother day to Lester, now witha I I, Says your (ever hopeful)
Christmas Day from five until STATE FARM and Mrs. Chas. W. Turneyand Mr. and Mrs. M E. Grlner. the special service outfit in Bristol Carolyn. '
nine p. m, at the USO Club No. fly E. B. Bouvler baby Joanna of Jackson- McRae family and Cpl Charles ,
1. villa spent Chrlatmaa day with Genevenae of Camp Bland ing werea -- -- -

The building waa decorated with S. H. CHRISTMAS TREE their parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Chaa. happy dinner party Sunday at

; gladioli and ferns and a hugeChristmas' All members) and friends of the M. Turney. Mr and Mrs.' J. A. Bouvier'a.

tree added to the festive s Community Sunday School: were Mr. and Mrs. ,Revaa Tonge of Mies! Margaret Stringfellow In

r effect. An orchestra- from J Invited to attend the Christmas Jacksonville were guest of :Mr. spending the week Jacksonville

Camp handing played throughout party given Wednesday night and Mrs. G. A. Stafford through with her aunt Mrs. Will Harney.

the evening., 1 Dec. 23, at the Community Christmas ,' Harney.Morrow and Jack Mes-
The tea table was covered with tK House The children of the Sun Corp. Lamar' Whiddon, Jr., of servey of Jacksonville were guests a s

a handsome lace cloth'and was day School had been drilled for New' River N. C., was the weekend of }{r., and Mrs. W. G. String-

centered with two small trees an interesting program of song gueat of his mother. Mrs. fellow Sunday.

and silver deer placed at., Inter and readings by Mrs. J. G. God

vals. At each end of the table win ,:Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Mrs.

was a silver service and pouring J. X, Caldwell Mrs. 0., L. Part.
Year's Eve Dec.
Callstreet New Thursday 31st &
coffee were Mrs Benjamin SandIer ney and Jim Rltch. The Farm Carolyn
and Mr. O. L. Beaaley; fruit male quartette also gave several Friday, January 1st

>,cake and ambrosia were also Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Bolt af numbers of Christmas- songs

served. Miami announce the approaching Santa Claus presided over a I itf
Assisting' in aerving-and en- marriage of their daughter Virginia beautiful tree at the foot of which Takedown the holly rockln an' thlnkln' about Its .o

tertaining were: Mr. Frank Wilson Ann to A rile'' K. Sponholtz, were laid gift by the ,Sunday; And throw' oat'th tree. being her first "day off' In two

president of the Woman's I eon of Mrs. H. A. Sponholtz of School to the pupils. Mrs. J. H. Ate too much Golly! years Change of Scenes: Cr/
Service Organization of the USO, I Lawtey and the late Rev. Mr. Moncrlef and Ed. D Mobley'per.. Ain't that jut'7Jlke me? The J. A. (Willa Mae Thornton) e

Mrs J. L. Thorn, Mr. W O. Sponholtz. The marriage will Honally donated gifts to their Pack up the candles Mclntyiea from Tally ,to Miami e 0r

Strlngfellow, Mrs R. J. Davis, take ,place on January 10 in the claHSes-The Primary, and Adult And the old,pine cones .. The R.. :M. (Helen Dowling) .

Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Mrs J. D. Allapattah Baptist Church, Mfamt, clauses respectively, while the Nothln' left of ChristmasBut Lees from Hattieaburg, Miss., to

Cottrell, Misses Gayle Sewell, Ida. Mr. Sponholtz! Is graduate of Adult class In turn presented Mr a few turkey, bones! Gateovllle, Texas Year Isabel -
lou Davis and Marjorie Davia. B. H. S. and Is. at present con Mobley with a copy of Pelonbet' Fernandez lS C h 0 0 Ii n' an'''
s ,1
A large number of soldiers nected with the Duval Jewelry Notes for 1943 and the Sunday Yew, folks ? Another grandan' teach In' in Madison, Wis.) is de-
,from Camp Blanding attended School gave Jim Ritch as a part. glorious Yuletide has passed velopln' Into quite a skater an'

this pleasant holiday entertain Co.Mrs. ing gift, a handsome fitted kit into history, leavin behind a lot skier Look out, Sonja Henle!

ment. Jennings EntertainsFor bag. Gifts to be sent to the of Indigestion and a few cherished ., New Year Nuptials: Aline

Mrs. nlght' Florida Children Home war e memories Especially: n\emor- Lanler will become the bride of
Mike Dew HonoredAt brought, by the children attending. able for those who received such Lt. Ralph Truceberry Friday i

NCCS Dance Mrs. L. H. Jennings entertainedin W. 1'1. U. MEETING: glamorous gifts a. Bobble Cameron night, Jan. 1. Wouldn't mind "
honor of Mrs H. V. Knighton The State Farm Circle member an' Nina Bishop-each pre- beln' rome handsome Lt.:'a New ? x11

Mike Dew, fireman first class, Monday evening, at her home of the Raiford W. M. U. were sented with a sparklln' diamond Year' resolution myself .. '. ,q

son of Mr ",Cella,Dew of Starke, on Jefferson Street, the cause for guests of Mrs. W. K. Jenkins ring by their doting families .
of honor a Hear Ethel Biggs was BO pleasedover I Surely could have used a twin
wa* the guest glance/ the ,party being Mrs. Knight'sbirthday Monday afternoon. An InterestIng .
held Wednesday evening ''at the anniversary. Bible quiz program was given her Santy- ent Mlxmaster sister Wednesday night i what
USO-NCC3 Club Mike is homeon Holiday decorations were used that she burst Into genuine tears with two swellegant dances in
and then wa an exchange of
Christmas furlough from throughout the home and the Christmas gifts: Hot chocolate, -the true mark of, real appreciation progress at one and the same

Bremerton, Washington, and has hostess served a delicious spa. sandwiches and cookies were served ', Elaine,, Edwards\ was time Like to have broken .
been honored by a round of par. ghettl supper, buffet style, Each to the ladle attending. pleased aa punch pver a ;hand- my neck doln' it, but did manageto 1
ties, dances and luncheons duringhis I guest presented a gift to Mrs. some make-up,case and if you peek in at both. ,,' Jr. p 1pP
visit at home. Yesterday Knight, after which the time was Sgt. Edwin: Malone of McDII ask Piney Brown about her Santa I Woman's Club affair In the club
noon Mrs. V. S. *St. John gave a pent In Interesting conversation. Field was the week-end guest of Claus her eyes'ehlne she shows house brought out a galaxy of

luncheon in his honor at' the USO- Those present were: Mr. and hm parents) Mr. and Mrs. W. U you what she's wearln on 3id ;, new gowns with Dot Sale sur-

NOCS Club. Attending were,Mrs. Mrs H. V. Knight, Rev. and Mrs Malone. finger left band ." i paasln' all description in a black e ,

Dew, Misses Grace and Arllne L A. Shepherd of the State Farm, Marion Ciewp, Jr., went to (I sequin-showered net with daringly Jl
Dew and members of the local Congressman and Mrs R A Blanding Thursday for his preliminary Hear Nell Andrew! had quitea dropped shoulders (Hear
USO club staffs.' Mike was Interviewed Green, and Mrs. Dan Argu.it. examination. scare Xmas morning After 'twas a gift from Santy) t, 'i .

on the sinking of the Frank Ciews, In the Navy, I ill get tin' Joe (III) off to work Irene Matthews' brunette style

Yorktown, from which ,he was Baptist Circles now In the Canal Zone. (holiday job at Blanding p. o,) of beauty was fittingly framed in
rescued, losing all of bis personal at 6-30: A. M. She decided to put a pink number with satin top, net
Mr. and MI's. A 1 C. Davis had
effect. The Interview will appear The Women' Missionary Society the turkey in the over an' "lie skirt an' oodles an' oodles of
guests for the Mrs.Davis' .
in the next Issue 'of COOl of the First Baptist Church aa Mr.holidays anoL Mrs. W. back down for a minute" ruffles '. Nina Bishop was a p
TIMES, the local USO newspaper. will convene 'at ten o/clock Mon. parents Nex' thing she knew 'twas 9 o'- photo-worthy, wea r i In' ,a ,black
M. Rlioden of Sandereon, her sister -
day morning, Jan. 4, In the Any Crews clock an' she vows she made It jersey moulded top an' white .g4rn, a
Mrs, S. D, and daughtel'8 -
W. S. C. S. Will Meet nex. First, the members will from the bedroom to the kitchen, skirt with row after ,row of black y ..
Irene and Luclle of Glen t,
make a study of the 1943 W. M. In one long leaps' But far lace Jewel Carter's choice
St. Mary, her brother and sister
All circles of the Woman'sSociety U. Yeas Book, after which the from bein' ruined, Nell's dinner was a perfect fit (designed to
,of Christian Service of: Executive Committee will meet In-law.! Mr. and Mrs! % Clifford guests say the/vtxirky was, thebest give the stag line a perfect fit) ayl
Rhoden and children Corinne
; ,
the Methodist church will meet The Royal Service program will they ever ate, so I think and was a deep, deep rose In the u
Monday afternoon. Jan. 4, at 3:30: : be' presented also at this time, ,Randolph, and Clifford, Jr.. of Til put mine In the oven next reigning satin-top-net-aklrt com-
Waldo and son-in-law and
o'clock, in the ChU"b+rschool followed ,by:the' regular monthly daughter year when I come 'In from Carol. bination Della Rosenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. 'J. B. Strlck '
room The meeting will be presided 1 business meeting. A covered dish land of Graham Ing on Xmas Eve, Condolences -, tiny as ever, chose white jersey, ..pepPvib ',"
over by the president. Mrs luncheon will be served during to Edna,Poarce who came moulded top, with which she '1
W G. Halle, and plans will be the noon hour. All members are ROHCO Land of Key West and all the way )tome from Memphisto wore a printed Jersey slip-over Soag .? .....

li made for the coming year's work. urgently requested to be present Pvt. Roy Land. paratrooper of spend' the holidays an' has blouse Lois Elmore selected "\\c\\'VO! Taic':i '
at these meetings. Ft. Bragg N. 0., are visiting been nick abed with flu most all peach-colored net, sprinkled with hth If RAYI .11bin

'.1 their patents Mr. and Mrs. E. G. the time Blue ribbon to Eva gold aequlns and Hettie Williamson CoI\S'E s Twrl" HUGH HERBERT ;'tns'c, t+vs
Land. .
OUR, SIDESHOW U D. C. To Meet Stump who ha'sweet peas, pan. was lovely, in white net with t\". cn.. MISCHA AUEReuddlsr
e Mr. and Mrs: Vance Geiger and Bleu, roses and, narcissi in her gold sequin No wondermyneck \ ? :; : JANE FRAZEEd

The W., T. Weeks Chapter, son, Bradley, and Mrs. Nell Mul- famed flower garden on Xmaa is a trifle stlffish this morn. : / $!, ROBERT PAIGE .
.. 1:4111
Iy United Daughters of the Confederacy dron of Jacksonville, were Christmas Day! ir' ,. Tryin' to take note.* on ':'; 30 CONGEROOS'
guests or Mr. and Mrs. J. M
will meet Wednesday all that glamour ,
Jan. 6, at four p. m., In Lawtey, Bradley.Mr. Must .urpr""' surprise partyon Also Selected Short Subjects ;.
at the home of Mrs. Effle Miner. and Mrs J. W Overstreet record. took place one: night Pact that there was a align
HostesBQ: Mrs. Miner. Mrs O and children of Macclenny were aa', week when, ladles o f St. shortage of 'men didn't seem to
..:. W, Roberts. and Mrs Hal Ed guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mark's planned, .' little farwell! spoil the fun ., Affair was Sunday Monday -- Tuesday Jan. 3-4-5
> wards. John over the Christmas holi affair for J3t. turned into
rMontagu. I : Claire .Peter a "girl-break" and the
Magnus (fanfareof days.J.. ,But, the",honorte\unhitentlonally; boys were, rushed off -of their I Vic on a RomanticRampago ,
Office supplies of mil kind for C Wallace, who has now turned the tables and' surprisedthe feet and had the time of their
trumpets offstage) snaps an sale. at The' llnwlford received his commission as 2nd I in the
County surprlser by, ,not showlrT up lives '? One of the "belles": 01
Iron bar in his'teeth! We don'tsuggest Telegraph. Lieut., was visiting friends here when they thought she would! < the ball wa, very likeable "Lt."M3C" I

trying it. (But we can Monday. He will have to reportat So they left their gift (a luffly McBride who, with, his attractive I I MUSICAL OF
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tell you that to be strong; your Cheyenne, Wyoming by Jan weekend bag) 'with a note of wife. Virginia, attended

bones and teeth need calcium AUTO PARTS 3, explanation an' three minutes (by their first dance ''at Stark .- THE
;' and phosphate.) Well, 1 level Mrs. M F. Coker, Mr. and Mrs. the clock) after they departed Helen Steele. from Gainesville. MINUTE

f teaspoon of Rumford Baking GENERATORS AUTO GLASS M. F. Coker, Jr., and children, Claire arrived! : Incidentally, very attractive houseguest of the
b Powder Beverly and Frank and MlsLoulra Milton St. Peter arrived Thurs- Guy Sales, at the dance with Jack 1
supplies J4 daily TRUCKS IN ry4
your ANY Leslie
of Jacksonville were will take Claire ,
day night and Sale? Lois and Richard Thede
minimum requirements of phos- CONDITION WE BUY Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. an' the chlllun 'back to Daytona seeing old friends at the dance
phorus and y daily mini- JUNKED: s WRECKED M. Bradley.
your with him Friday ? Woe Is before returning to Keesler Field,
mum of calcium I AUTOS MlfM Virginia Sewell of Starke Starke! The loss 'of ClaireIs Miss. Andy Adftlns surrounded A .

ntEEt Us* .........'. Tbn.. Used Autos $& up U visiting Miss Roberta Whitfield something none of Ult will soon by three or, more girls all the I I ;

t IT a..!..'Maletlal. Write for several days. forget ,. A list ,of her accomplishments time George Barber from
today-Rumford Baking Powder Garland Godwin returned Monday here during the past the University of Florida at the

Box t, Rumford, Rhode Island. PARTS j to Atlanta where he will en. two years would fill this col. and dance and saying that he was,
North of Town on Road 13, ter Emory University for the several others i '? So long-and having the best time ,in his ,life 7r,.

-.- -----00 second semewter. good? luck,'folks Abble Harley wearing a p v
Mr. and Mrs. J. G Caldwelland beautiful new black velvet even

daughters spent Sunday at Spotted'an' *'e>' t..d. I Carolyn 'Jng wrap Aline Lanier the

Ocklawaha.Mrs. Green! an* Nln Bishop off to center of ,a dozen or more questioning
J F. Edwards and Sam 'Gulf Hammock for a few day femalesWhat's; buzzin'

ONCEAGAIN JfeattttYou Cahoon of Jacksonville were hunt In' .. Mildred McRae and cousin ? ? ? Joan Acoeta in

a Christmas dinner guests of Mr. 'the Sgt., back from a 3-weeks white with a varl-colored sequin

and Mrs M. E. Grlner. 'I visit with relatives In Meridian, jacket .Lflllan Stump in black:

4. Mr, and Mrs. W. N. North and ,i MIra., ... Willa Vida Killings- crepe :,, r.MA .
ron, Buddy Davis, are visiting'', worth apt>ndin'" Xmaa Day in -

relatives in Valdosta Ga.. for the'.,: Lawtey with Clara Mae Harley Frolic In honor of Mike Dew
It it our pleotiuo .. utonj holiday season.! Adklns diaI
: Andy proudly at NCCS was also all to the
tin tomptimont of tin New A4odja Capt. J. H. Smith of Chatta- I playin' his beautiful Citadel ring good with the holiday formats ol

Year 19 our fridt mnd totxprott hooche was a guest of Mr. and '. Says it represents four long the high school set an* Mike'

k our Kopo that M. nttt Mrs., J. L. Williams Friday. I years of hard work Claude sailor uniform makla' a
I twelve ,month rill brutf to a. Miss Mildred McCreary was the Alvares oft to Jax Xmas Day to picture, and the subject! : of pretty

t you aitj your tht ubuiKtvu week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.P. : lit a few high spots / John photo flashbulbs k >.' Glimpsed many
./good thutft and koullh D. Fancher.D. ? ,
good Scott In town for a few days' visit among the dancer was -
7011 to ntkfy Jtierv. H. Malone of Lee wa theCbrirotDIM with relative. J Ducky LJnsInleadln Marian Love whose courageous father
have been molt guest ot' 'hls. ,, brother for home with a buddln'' ex-employe of ,
an American
l considerate of us" .In th. and sister-in-law" Mr. ,arid' Mrs. i case of influenza r.' Lucian COn bacco company in China 'la to-
past with your fine fritndthip W. E.! Milone. nowa e
ner, home for 7Xmaa from Roa-
prisoner of the Japs But
k and patronage; for Mrs. J, F. Edwards and Miss well N. M., an' vlaltln his old not for long Marian ,, ,'Keep-a ,

I both we ore grateful. Dorothy Edwards of Wewahltch- BHS itampln' ground Em- stout heart! Don't ever ,let 1
May we continue this ka. Mrs. Chaa Norton and son, of
ployes LelJa'.1enJoyfn"
a 'em tell Yr
pre- that khakilads
.A you
( ttAPt'Y NEW YEAR pleotant 'association In Cha Jr". of C hat t ahoochee. Xmas fried chkk supper- at the appreciate little attentions don't a..aes1f11Nr-

the future. M.house Hembree guest since of Dr.Christmas and Mrs. J. JJlue Tavern (formerly Hall'sPlace Carl an'your Clara Mae Knight :r Tunes?. .
) '
Incidentally, hear received flower
on Xmas> day 7 OF THE HOTTEST
left for their home'Tue.day.IAfter Leila
TheElectric living here for 14 showered her faithful staff from' Ted Cleveland the R.J A.. F. AflS 1.Ii.,?
years, with some extra-lovely gift lad they 51ft PN.etWOS'IVoelans.,, ,
entertained so hospitably My Al t e.t 0","
J. Shaw
F. has his -
resigned position 'Thte Moof .-*4 Mm
to accept: : an assistant clerkship Sa girl for Charlie many months ago ,, in ,< _chi, A Tow sf !_' _,
an' Mural the Mailbag: Xmas : j
card from
at the Peg rVseW..
Blandlng postofflce. Temple born Dec. 14 in ,1>Dfcwtorf, TIM WHItAMAl
the Station
Hart Furniture Shyoe>> Shop As soon aa a home can be foundat Hoap. at Blandlng, Con-- ask Ersklne In' me(now to relay in Alexandria season's 1.&.) o.c..a k...../111'',M wa..now., 55..3.;...,.... c::...._I r..a es

Starke Mr. and Mrs. Shaw grab! Card comes. from ings to all her greet .b 1:1: nu. wlh.a ...1U J.1'11 a ,' ,
and their four children will move friend in Starke 'nl:I' ;['m'J""' I.Iun"' 1I
Company Mildred (Mrs. J. D.) Doyle way ,
Ames; Krwn I'.rk there. We wish '
them all
Theatre good out In Wichita Fall "This U
Texas > America" In Women
fortune In
their new home. Hear Aunt .
After visiting her Morgan thououghly Came nirintnuM" night and the At
aunt Mr* H. Arm
Nfl- I B. Gale In PaUtka for several enjoyed balmy Xmas Day spirit' was bright in at least one
on her front
porch home, for ,Eleanore (St. John -

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-0j rot II BITS of LOCAL NEWS Sunday Dinner P. S.Both Stores Branches EmployesOf '1 Black Radishes

Edward Burns'brought, into theTelegraph
Itd Have Xmas PartiesOn I *
office this week' some
' "sis Sari Barefoot spent SatIn Mr. and. Mrs. Jarne. F. Hollingsworth -I Mrs. Van Carden will leave this
a u' y St. Petersburg.sea will have as their week-end for WUliamgburg1. Va., ?fit x'" Christmas Eve Starke's; two very fine i samples of "black

4y guest Sunday her father, H. G. to spend several weeks with her I P. S. Stores held simultaneous rR"I hf's" which he grew In his

June and Dorothy Patel Connor of Tampa. husband, who is training with the parties for their employes and garden on Went Madison atreet
fylaiting relatives In Chipley. Seabees. at .Camp Peary. much
their husbands, wives and sweet- They are larger than ordinary -
Iln Mlas Helen Steel of Gainesville radinhes, and even the

yap Harrell spent the past is enjoying a visit here with Mr. Mrs. Laura Powell and Mr and hearts. The one as 145 West top closely resemble! beet In

ays I In, Per y' with relative) and Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mr. and I Mrs. J. 11. Fields have as holiday Call street was given by the new appearance. A New Yorker gave,

1. I, Mrs. W. B. Mundy. guests Mrs: P. O. Carpenter of manager. Ed Jones Mrs Anna the seed to D. Fruchtman who"In

1 Perry spent Friday in Jen.with Newton, N C., and Mrs. Robert Mae Lung rtipervised the preparation turn gave them to Mr\ Burns.

friends and ,relatives J. A. Landrum of Inverness' Tanner and sons of Baldwin. of the excellent Christmas
spent the first of the week herewith

arlea Busby spent the week. Mr, and Mrs. T. Frank dinner that was served. Gifts OTIC-H or ,4PPI.1'tTOY
Mrs. W. O. Halle returned home .
FOR T" .
| his parents in Madison. Lar.drum and family were exchanged among the em-
with Monday from West Palm Beach, (lFnnlr mil N.. | ,
<. i ployes, and ,a toast was given to NOTICE HEUEHY OIVK.N1: Thttt
D. Phillips of' Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs., Leslie Biggs and her where son she and spent daughter-in-law two days ,with Sgt.
!>t the week-end here with his daughter, Barbara Sue, of Bainbridge Jones, and its owner, L G. Pfaff No. SO, laHumt the 7th.. day of
and Mrs. Wodd/ln-O.
.Halle.- August. A. L>. 19
: ban
It. filed
ny.Irs.. Ga., spent Christmas with who were responsible for the In my office and ha made applica same

\ relatives, in Starke.. party. lion for II tax deed| in he Issn.*ilthorrnn.
BuckholU was a. Mr. and Mr? P. E. Canova and "Mil, .lit rortlrirntmhrno....
Myrtle Those included Mr. and
children present the following texrrlbiiil property In.
Paul III Norma and
flees visitor to Daytona Tuea.YST.IL Mrs. Jere McCord had as her Mrs. Elwood Lang, Mrs. Miriam the founly of rira1. Mtute u(
Emma Jane were Christmas Day Florida, to-wit:
I guest during the holidays of Mrs. Canova's mother Kickllter! Mrs. W. E. Thornton, Ixit 7 of Ilk Want City t>rtnn|
t her later, Miss Margie Har- guests Mr. and Mrs. John H. McHone, S Tnwnnhlp 7 South, Itttnir Zfl least,
Mrs. D. R. Flowers In Ocala.] Th of the pnl.1. .
CLEAR cleaning Ga. prnnrty "
rell of Bainbridge : .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Costa! Jr., Miss under the until rortlflriiti- l 1..-
nil true tailoring: at the Harbinger of holidays-Is ham! If your family Is small here's an Helen Lang Pfc. ..ii"tl. was In the name of Mm.
Andy Kozey,
Inman Green stationed at the elegant way la serve It-baked In a large slice. Surround It with candled I..tiira. 10 Knxter.
ke-BltuidiiiK Tailors opposite Mr. and Mrs. James Godboldof
Miss Bertha Lee and Miss ... .
sweets on orange slices. Serve buttered peas In timbale cup and a George t'nlmm sold rtiflont hull t>..
Theatre. Jacksonville were visiting at Marine Training School, New cranberry star salad on shredded lettuce, with hot madias to accompany.For Catherine Revels redeemed nrroritlnir to law th.prnparty .
home of Mrs.\ 3., S. Dowling''; River, N. C., is spending a 12- dtim-rllo-d thorrln will be
J; the dessert, leave the beaten<<; track and serve peppermint Ice cream. At Blanding Center under the snll to the highest; bidder nl the
Lisa' Eudora ,Haley. .spent on Monday of'last' week. day furlough here with his par- rouvthouMo door on the first Monday -
THE DINNER V4 cup brown sugar pponsorship of the manager, Char- In the month of b'Hliruiiry 1whIeh ,
iistmas Day with' her mother ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. :
I' *', \ ., 1 cup fruit Juice lea Parltter the P. S. Store had lit the let day of't.February,
,Palatka. Jlmmy'lsewen: of the University .9U.
Baked flam Slice Cut ham slices several places
40 persons present at its
Pvt Resale of Dated this tth day of Peeembur.
I Mrs. Col.-wn
of Florida Is spending the Sweet Potatoes Slice around the
: on Orange outside edge to prevent Christmas Eve which Included 1"M.JOKFKIATi.

flea Aline Lanler'spent ''Sunday holidays here with his parents, Valdosta, Ga., spent the holidays Buttered Green Peaa InTlmbal Cups curling. Place one ilice of ham in party ( SWAM ,1. .T ThomaK
Monday with relatives In Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Cranberry Star Salad baking dish. Cover with apple rings the employes and their Dork' of circuit, Court: nf. Brndfont
Hosta Ga. G. B.' Colson of Brooker and Mr. French Dressing cut H inch thick. Fill centers of husbands. wives and sweethearts. County Florida. | 1 4t 1-VJ:!
( Hot Muffins Butter rings with raisins and sprinkle with Special guests were Mrs. Parlser
,Mrs. Ed Jones of Columbus, and, Mrs. Fred Flume of Starke. iv stun IT rol'nT. \'onll
Peppermint Ice Cream brown Place other slice of
sugar. her
and mother, Mrs. Lena Tochin. '
< <>l'MTl. "Kl.ltllllltl t'IIAI\-
fr.'and :Mrs. W. .M.. King and Ga. to to
has come Starke join Beverage ham over the top. Moisten with CKIIV.
ally spent Christmas Day in her husband the new manager of Corporal and Mrs. C. S. Drury e(Recipes Included) fruit Juice. Bake in 330-degree oven T. t', lI..mp..y. Plaintiff v*. EmllrMorcr
ton, Ga., with relatives. the Call street branch of P. S. left Wednesday night for a 10- This meal is properly balanced until apples are tender and ham Is Gifts were exchanged; and Mr. : ?.Dumpmiy. Defendant Case
for nutritional value. It : baked (45 minutes). Serve hum Parlaer the No. 22A
stores Inc. day furlough-visit to their homeIn supplies on was grateful recipientof ('IIIH n OF1 riTRll'ATTN:
tr>.- ,R. M. Hardee and chll- New Orleans La. Mrs. Druryis The Meat: Vitamins A, B and G. a hot platter. a hand-engraved Ronson lighterand ANTI' NOTirn] TO AfTRAIlHTATW \
minerals and fats. Sweet Potatoes. OF ) KmllvMOMIT
carbohydrates on Orange Slices. '
entof 'Jacksonville were ,guests BobbY'Diggs will return Saturday an employe at L. B. Alex Sweet Potatoes and Orange Peel 4 sweet potatoes, boll until a beautiful bath robe, pre Hompney whose'r.\'I..np. Uftf

:Mre. S. D. Phillips Saturday. : to Gordon Military Academy ander's store dices: Vitamins A, B, C and G, almost tender. Remove baking sented to him by his employes.
at Barnesville, Ga., after spendingthe minerals, carbohydrates and fats. dish. Sprinkle generously with I All employes received a gift from are required to appear OHPVIiriiiirv
Miss Frances Opperman spent holidays here with Mrs. Ethel Capt.. and Mrs. R. O. Kidd. Peas in Timbales: Carbohydrates cup brown sugar, dot with butter Mr., Parlser a handsome tut, 1041. In the nhov.
proteins minerals. Vitamin A, B, and add J4 cup orange Juice. PlaceIn named Court amt cause, wherein
Mrs. Emma Canova and Richard bag and others cash. Refreshments -
with .
week-end her. aunt. Mrs.rma M. Biggs. plaintiff seeks illvarc. ttrad Cord
C and G. 375-degree: oven to glase for 20 .
DaukpzU: In St.. Peter Kid, III spent Thursday of last were served and everybody County Telegraph| shall publish thin
Salad: Minerals Vitamins A, B, minute.. Baste occasionally Peel Outer In next four weekly Iniiuaii.WltnmM .
//C. Miss Gayle Sewell and her week in Hawthorne visiting Capt. C and G: carbohydrates. oranges) and cut In half slices t I" enjoyed the social ev nlng. my hand und official

f cousins, Bobby and James Edward Kidd's grandmother, Mrs. W. C. Muffins and Butter: Vitamins A, 'I Inch thick. Place a piece of candled But the highlight of the occasion hur mil nt Hturkv 1942.. Flui IdH, thin Dec.m-
'"Mr, and Mr. ,James A. Lewis Cottrell spent the first of the Helmlntoller. B,' C. D,, and G; minerals and car. sweet potato on each half dice of was the contest in which filth, A. J. Thomas

their guest' this week week. with relatives 'and friends bohydrates. blindfolded contestants stuck pins A. Clerk of RAid Court
ave as I Dessert: Carbohydrate, miner. orange.Cranberry Star Salad. Knight A Knight Hmrke. Florida'
1'1. "Lesrtr. ;P( Robinson,. of Or- in.-.Leenburg.' Mrs Edith Moseley has had as I ala, Vitamins A, B. C and G. Chill 1 can cranberry sauce. Remove lit a bulet hole In the head of Ally, for PIt t-l 4t 1-tA
kndo.pvVand'. holiday guests her children Mrs. To Serve 6 Yeu Need: from can and lice in Vi-lnch Hitler In a large picture on the --
Major and Mrs. H. C. Wall Beatrice Hogg of Jacksonville :9 whole siloes smoked ham, 1 thick slices. Cut star from center wall. First! prize was $5, while iv" i'IIT. \1"011"CHA\-
rOINlY. Kl.Ollllltl IV
[ Mrs. Ear.George were of St. Augustine and Sgt. A. E. Mrs. F, C. Stevenson of Onset, Inch thick of each slice with star cookie cut- the second and third prizes were 'PHY.Duvld .

re from KeY' West to r spend! Wall of' Fort Bennlng, Ga., were Mags., and Mr. and Mrs. L. 11;. 4:2 large oranges sweet potatoes has ter. been Place removed 1 slice on from a bed which of shredded star. Interesting games.1JIld1light ..t N99'V. Fife Willis plaintiff Fife, ,Defendant vs. MurKir -

Irlatmas with Mrs. Bertalee 'and Mrs. Moseley of Wlldwo rii..H 8
holiday guests. of Mr. 2 No. Z cans pea. lettuce. Place 2 stars on each
ouitnu' OF
orge, Wi L., Wall. 1 can cranberry sauce side of this center ring. Serve with ServiceAn NOTICFI TI> AJTKAHHTATK
Cpl. John M. Godwin' of theCoast 1 head lettuce trench dressing, or place mayon. OF FI.OIUIn: MHr-

Mr. and Mrs.,R. A, Newsome Friends of W. C. Manning\ will Guard stationed! near Fred- 1 quart vanilla Ice cream noise In center of star cutout.Peppermln' Impressive midnight service !Caret dense IM F. co WllllH Mm Fife Jon, llrown whose, rtinl.livn
4 sticks Ice
ent Chrlstmu Day In Lawtey be Interested to know that he has erlck burg. Va., will return to his peppermint candy Cream. was held Christmas Eve at St.Mark's ton llarhor. Mlchlifun. .
(Balance of materials among Spoon ice cream into each ahel
flth Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howed station Friday after' spending a Episcopal Church. The You are rqulrd tr> nip ar onFebruary
been promoted to the position of staples) bet. Crush peppermint stick candy Int., 194.1,' In the shove i
family desk sergeant on the Jacksonville five-day leave here with his Baked Ham Slice. and sprinkle over each serving of choir sang Christmas hymns and named: : court .and cause,, wherein

.v; police force mother Mrs., Annie Lou Godwin. 2 slices ham 1 inch thick ice cream. Garnish each serving Miss Jewell Presnell sang two County plaintiff TelMirraph seeks. diver n h*'*u 1 1 Bradford publish

:Mis ,Carrie Lou Williams of 3 tart apples with maraschino cherries cut to resemble solo suitable to the occasion. The thin Order In next four weekly' Issues -

lainesville,was the guest of Miss Mrs. J. M. Alvarez is recovering County Agent L. T. Dyer, FSA .. Vi cup raisins h&lv.Chaplain'. holy communion was administeredby .. Wltnemi. my hand And official.

tlriam, Guy at Hampton during satisfactorily from a fall she had Supervisor William V. Cheater, I. the Rev. Fred Yekes, assistedby asst 1 at HtRrko, Florida, thin Slvl

h e holidays.. :. December 21 when she broke a James Rosier and W. S. Sibleyall Miss Taylor .Hurt Hall Dr ,A. E. Dunham of Jack- of(OFFICIAL D"femlier.. !l4ISAL: 1941.) A..1. Thomas

\; .Jt( V: shoulder .l in the Joint. The. break from Bradford County-attended sonville. AH Clerk of valil Court 1.1 4t ..111) ,
Bunyarf,Urquhart, f4 >has .bean to "healing1 nicely." a meeting of the USDA In Accidenti Rotary Speaker John I'It J. llenderHon, toHq.ltl': for

pioy&f''" in the, office\\at> (lie' f War Board in Gainesville Wed nell- i Blanding Center Cafe (OFFICIAL SEAL)
}. '' '. .. -' ,day. Miss Ethel Taylor.clerk the If ,a soldier has .the bluest, .
rke Coca Cola Co' for "the Mr*:, Peart Simpson jwaw in I iv rnict'IT roi'itT. lilt \U"OIU'rOI'.y.
Jacksonville' her office of the Harold C.: Wall thinks the world U down on him Mr. Campbell, who recently KI.OHIIHI IM t.\!
art three weeks, spent the.holl- Monday visiting Police Chief and Mrs. A. L. '' suffered the loss by fire of the "'Mat'. ,
Agency Is In Riverside' Hospital, believe he Is In the wrong' out. Eugene rnllejr I\r"\ rl..nn. Plaintiff,
afro ,with his 'par nt l. :Mr. and son Sam Simpson who underwent Alvarez had as Christmas guests American'restaurant in "Boom- v... Hnpraiau fHa CrU..lla* Y
in River- theft Jacksonville with a "alight concussion" fit or that his superiors are "pick- Dear' Morrison, pcfcndant. Case Nth
nr. D. B. Urquhart. In WlUison an appendectomy son and daughter-in-law town, has leased the space at 2370, ,
side Hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs. V. I* Alvarez, of as a result of an automobile Ing" on him he's a case for the Blanding Center formerly occupied o'rlnJlrt: 011'. .'" (' (:-

K Ocala.. and their daughter." Mrs. accident which occurred Army chaplain. Thus spoke Lt. by Mlckeys Cafeteria, and ANn NOTIC'M OF FmnJI TO 'APPEARHTATH toi KHprrttnxa : -

O. P. Dyal, of Jacksonville, and about 2:45: P. M. Wednesday a i Col.! P. O. Hall division chaplain will open this week the Blanding !>(1... ObHllnM Y, llaur Morrl'

FOR SAFETY 'COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE her daughter Mary. mile west of Starke on Road 48 0:' the 79t! Division", at the notary Center Cafo 'leo.You nan' hotel. Titurnu.. .T.x"o, Slew

Club Wednesday explainingIn are required In appear on
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Hem as she was returning from the Interesting detail the varied February let;) 1941, In the itbovonumxil
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR Not everybody with a dollar Court and cans. whortlnplalnlirr
ingway and four children of funeral of a relative. duties carried on by the chaplainin to seeks "In .'". Hrudford
spar can sheet
COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Ellzabethtown, N. C., left for Three sisters, Miss Ethel Tayor .the Army of today. straight-but everybody' a (can no order County In Telegraph next. ,four. shall weekly publish|I....II this.-..

PLEASE PHONE 147 their home Saturday after spend Mrs. Bertha Roane and Mrs. Very often a soldier's problems t shoot straight to he bank and WllneKH my hand and official
neat nt Htarkv, lf1u..ld., this I}cm-
ing Christmas here with the for- Olive Griffls, together with the can be solved by a good heart to buy War Bonds. Bar your her Slut., 194JFFKtAI ,

mer's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. .lev. Forbes Fuller, Baptist minister heart talk, Chaplain Hall stated, !'% every,pay day. ( HI' AL) A.I. Thomas
1 1-1
An Clark lf *ald Court. 4t 1-ia
L. G. Hemingway of Lawtey, were returning and told a few Incidents where a
UNION BUS STATIONLACY from cemetery where Mr. 6-- ... ..... ...... __ __ -_ __ __ __u-__ -_ ..... ... ..'
Dyal good soldier has been made from
CONWAY, Agent Capt.. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd and Fuller had 'preached the funeral a boy who got off to a wrong t "'

';'Temple' ve.- son, Richard Ill, left Sunday afternoon of Miss Daisy_Bryan. Mrs. Roane start through some minor mU- Prompt -r-rvice Careful l Drivers*
,Starke, Florida to return to Fort Ben was driving' and toe> minister sat understanding.The .
nlng Ga., 'where Capt. Kidd '111 i '
In 'he1 front seat' with her while modern well-equlped chapels

stationed. While here they were the other two slaters were. In the that have been built by the Army
-------- -- Starke Taxi Service
I holiday guests 0 f Mrs. K1dd'smother. back. for the benefit of soldiers in this
Mrs. Emma Canova.
Passing a truck-load people war were contrasted by the

NAT SEZ: who had started to the funeral speaker with conditions! that prevailed
Judge and Mrs. Ceo. A. Card I- 150
but had had car, trouble, Mrs. / in World War 1 when It Phone
ner had as guests Christmas day
Roane decided she would stop was necessary! to' hold religious ,
the following children and grand.
and see If she could render any services in "smelly" mesa halls or
children: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rob-
Day NightDON'T
HAPPY assistance. Aa she was slowing a mussy recreation hall that had
erts and son, Alvin, and Mrs1. W
: down, a large 1940 Chevrolet been used the night before fora, '
R. McKoone of. and
Hastings; "_Ill' truck ran into them from dance or other entertainment. _...e..... .... -" ... .u_ .. ..
Wm. G. Yelvington of Palatka.
the rear, Mrs. Roane Mated yes- Chaplain ,Hall stated that the

t. NEWYEAR Mrs. J. C. Manning had as terday, knocking them across a average civilian would be pleasantly
ditch. The car did not tarn over
guests Christmas Day the follow surprised to see the good
and no one fell out of the car,
I attendance at religious serviceson
Ing children: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard -
:: Colson of Lake City Mm she said. the military reservations. He

Clarence Beasley and children of An X-ray picture ,was to be visits all chapels 'In his division

Gainesville and Mrs. L. W. Strlck made yesterday morning to determine -< regularly and reports that they DON'T SUFFER WITII A COLD WHEN

.': ,J .. .j, land and children of Wlldwood. the extent of Miss Tay are well-filled at all service.
lor's.:Injuries. ,Mr Grlffis sustained YOU CAN GET QUICK RELIEF'" WITII

'J NEW SHIPMENT Mrs. A. A. Annie spent ten a slight ,gash;: on the head, Mrs. Daisy Jlryant .
e days with her husband at Winter a burst Up and, spralned foot, STOCD

Haven during the holiday season :. while Mrs., Roane,received only a Mrs. Daisy Parmenter Bryant "
Miss Louise Autrey who makes scratched shin and a stiff neck.It died Monday Dec. 28. at her THE LIQUID COLD REMEDY ".

is understood that the minister home south of Lawtey followinga
her home with the A.' A. Annis ,
Take A Dose And Note The Quick Relief
SPRING COATS at Lawtey spent the holidays with was unhurt.. The car was brief illness. .
relatives and friends in DeLand. pretty badly smashed up, while She was born Feb. 22. 1894 In J j," ,

the truck needed radiator re this county, where she had spent

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Houston pairs. 'A ,De Witt C. Jones ambulance 1 her entire life.Survivors FOR ALMOST I IMMEDIATE RELIEFWE

:$1 5.95 $22.50 spent Christmas Day !In Jacksonville took Mies, Taylor to the are her husband '

with .Mr. .,and Mrs. H. A Hospital: ]Drew Bryant;' four sons, R. B., ASK YOU TO 'TRYCREOSANT

Durden. They were accompanied A. J., R. H., and L..1. Bryant;
Friends) here ,of B. C. Prince,
home by Mr. and Mrs. Durden four daughters, Mrs."Edna Taylor
tnd children who spent Saturdayand formerly of the State Farm and Gladys, Irene and Elizabeth

: EVENING GOWNS Sunday with relatives here.T. for the past few year a resident Bryant; ',and three brothers J.' B., A FORMULA DESIGNED TO AID STUBBORN

: of Lake Butler will be Interestedto R. V., and J.' H.' Parmenter. COUGHS BRONCHIAL TROUBLE' AND' THAT
know that he left last week to
N. Kendrick, who has been Funeral services) were held

In The Latest, Fashions mall mewenger for the last five accept a responsibleposition with Wednesday afternoon at the HACKING COUGH,
years at the .Stark postoffice, the government,.at Dale Mabry graveside in Dyal Cemetery with

carrying the.mall to and from Field. I.the Rev. Forbes E. Fuller of the 50c A Bottle .I. .
trains and delivering: .special delivery .. :.. .- Lawtey Baptist Church: officiating ..... If Immmmft'
$11.9-$12.95; letters recently 'resigned :Mrs.. J. >T" GuyVo; *. Hampton. ; -
} : John and his Warren.place has been taken by with recently her returned daughter,.,from Miriam a visit in REMEMBER. WE CARRY MANY\ ITEMS NOT

Ocala Henry Guy student in the Open On New Year'sIt STOCKED IN THE AVERAGEfORUG STORE.

:10 ON Thlt Rev. and Mrs. O. C. 'Powell Candler School ,of Theology at will be "business as usual" in WHATEVER YOUR NEEDS ARE WHY NOT'

% REDUCTION and' children, Jewell) Elton and Emory University and, Miss Starke today-New Year's-with ASK US FOR IT YOU WILL BE SURPRISED

Miriam Guy,'spent the holidays at all business houses open to customer HOW MANY ITEMS WE CAN SUPPLY.
,, .returned home Saturday
ALL FALL: DRESSESSternberg's home. with the single exceptionof "

from 'a visit, with relatives in I -. the Florida Bank at Starke.

\ South Georgia. They were accompanied CARD OF-THANKS The postofflce will be 'open dur-

by Mrs. D. P. Carpenter We wish to express our sincere ing the regular hours In compliance Koch Drug StoreSTARKE

who "visited her sister appreciation for the kindnesses with an order for all government
shown and for the beautiful flow employes to stay 'at
Mrs D. C. Forehand. In Albany
era ant during the recent des of their post on Jan. 1. Some offices FLORIDA ,

Ga. Mrs Carpenter also returned!! our mother and grandmother, Mr*. In the courthouse will be
w .. .,.. .-_ home
Saturday. Josephine Fdwsrda.-Thertamily. ClOMd.'



!, .

panTilERESSA and Mrs. S. R. Swindell. of 1942 SAMPSON CITY Brown's'mother, Mrs Wimberly! ,
Earl Geiger of Banana River Nigh I, By Louise Vames Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McKin.

By Miss Ida Ilanan to here visiting his mother, Mrs. ney had as their guests Xmu
-' ..... ALARM IMGNAZI SI CCESSSS Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown and Day Mr. and Mrs Laurie
Mr. and Mrs Leon Tomlinnon J. P. Dickinson. '1'EIU I"VI"' SPA.I..... .40.> FIRST P* TY Me.
o? Mr. and Mrs. Eston Brown spent Kinney and Mr. and
and baby of Jacksonville! were Johnny Adklns of Jacksonville THRItAT I .. SOLIDARITY. oP AR.DECLARATION Mrs. Roy
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. wan visiting! friends here duringthe Xmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. McKlnnoy of Jacksonville.

R M. Hcmey, here over Xmas. Xmas holidays.Mrs. David Kelly of Pine Level. Remember church services here
G4 Sunday Jan. 3.
Pvt. Walter Bryant of Camp Marguerite Moore has returned waBOs"to euaanare 1L 4N ip NO sc Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Varnes

Blanking\ 'spent Saturday and to her home in Belle Cy'Mfyq and son, Jimmy of Avon Park NOTICE OK ......rr..cATI.-

Sunday with friends and relatives Glade after pe n din g several V o"i"a..O were here last w.eek visiting (Senate FOIL TAX Ulll No.ItKKir lent

weeks with Mrs: D. W. Moore. "" .; J:.''i \c:. lit io+a,atti .it. Y friends and relatives. NOTICK 1J A HEKPJnY: IIIVKM
here.Mr. That H. Y. Saxon holder
and Mrs. Gllason and son Miss Ida Hazen ate Xmas din- ? cp."s. -<. i ecsr Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown Certificate No. 816, tunned'' the Tnt Ind

spent Christmas with his motherat ner with Mr. and Mrs. Ralley of e N G and eons of Tampa spent Xmas day of September X' U. 1941) fix,
yAND1tt5N filed name In my: office and ,
Keystone Heights. Keystone UeightSl.JYOODLAJJ'N. r with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith made application for a tax dt-rd IH '

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Loper and and family. to be .Issued. thereon.. Said c..rtincate .
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Railey spent ,.. Horace Varnes of Brunswick, scribed property In the. County nf
..,-v.. '.d Brail ford. State or Florida,
Saturday in Gainesville.! By Alice Grove ""=: \ '-'' Ga., was spending a few days All lots. 17, 18, ID, 20 of lllk to-wM 14'
Mrs: Beatrice Ezell of Key ,o :::00 .s here with his parents, Mr. and "x 1 lot 40 f..et K At W by 04V f\\
Junior Wilkinson who la em- N A S in 8W ear of Lot 21). iW'
West spent Xmas with her par Mrs Millard Varnea, last week Lion 19 Township 7 South, Han it
eats, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey. ployed la Jack aonville spent !I. Mrs. Gilbert Brown 22 East
Mr. and
... The .M..m.nt. of the Bald .
Pvt. Frank Kelsay of Camp Christmas with his parents, Mr .., and son, Marvin, were In Lake rty under. the aald certificate I.. ,,
Blanding was visiting: his home sued wan In the name of Unknown
and Mrs B. L. Wilkinson.E. Butler Xmas visiting Mrs. Unless said certificate ,
shall b.! ''r
Saturday and Sunday. W. Groves of Jacksonville t4. } redeemed. according to law, th.property .
George Packham of the Coast WM DOTILt,11oLDMdF described. therein wilt b.

Guard spent Xmas with his par- wag visiting his brother Wiley ruiMrONre01T courthouse Mold to the door highest on the bidder firm at Mon.th.

ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pack- Groves. Saturday.All ; DAD NINIISFOQ. TOP THAT 10'if day In the month of **linmcv"
HIM WORLD ; rti 19f3. which IN the. lat day of frvb
ham.M.. of :Mr. and Mra A. D GANGS:: 8YN474P 1RS rtr Nary, 1941.Dated .
L. Trlest and mother Mrs. Dobbs' children of Jacksonvilleand CIiNIeCk sp no.B53. thin 28th day of Dec..ml>i>i

Charlie Trlest, and Mr. and Mrs Tallahassee spent Christmaswith 4 CRtj riJr 6.f7 tlioNi '1819ov..T. '1fAR BPI'Of ( )4JFICJArA SEAL) A..1. Thoinim.' .
Ed Prevatt were visiting Mr. and them. Pp clerk of Circuit Court of Bntilfiird
I County, Florida. 13-2C 4t 1 t-ir I
Mrs W W. Packhnra and family BILL
Mr. and Mrs. Ossle Bell We- :: -t ._______,_____ _u_
Sunday. :::.-=:. : A >< '
glona of J a c k 0 o nvllle spent '
Wlllla Swindell of Palatka Qhrlstmaa with their parents, Mr FUNERAL DIRECTOR
!pent! Xmas with his parents, Mr. Wilkinson.
and Mrs. Bennet
My Many Yearn Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render


are employed near Macclenny, MODEUATE'pnll."RS-:

spent Christmas with their par- 1.::: s:4ifa
ents, Mr, and Mrs. Graham Crews. +a n
Starke Florida
Mills Myrtle Johns of Jackson
,. .. ..
00-0--- -- - -
yule spent the week-end with her a.!? Tetra MBtD ell QN NI6I/T Ctua

0 EP1ttIRlet's parents Mr. and Mrs. P. B.

Johns r SltoterAars. arRlu l//r IILI. I "WHY GO FISHING. ?



have your 1 (local) due Starke 11:10P. : WJOI rWaMANR.t(fvw.tD 9eGs.ttNO.or A REAL l RRE 1 W ME' 9 X
M. +MAIIRAV4 NOfS o 55CONDFnONT 5Nfll5D BOSS Wafer and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp etc.

FALL No. 191 (Miami) due Starke 10:38P. : -- -- Live and Dressed Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables

No. 107 local due Starke 9:50 ". ". ,
( ) :
OUR SERVICE MEN Roderick (Pee Wee) Dampier -
A. M.
r / DAINTY FOOTWEAR Northbound Il....te4 to Herr .<' Interest eeaeeralaa t who, has been stationed at NEWSOME'S MARKET
Bradford County ttafm BOW aerilaa uric. Moody Field Valdosta Ga. for
.....,. ....... .
REPAIRSOUR No. 2 (local) due Starke 4:46: Parent* and frlenda are to
A. M. riM........ hr brlnflcluMe I. a.WM and letter the past two months!, spent Christ- Next Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave.
IronN bays
mvimy uom* man in Starke with his wife, whoIs
.' No. 192 (through) due Starke are aim* retiaeoted fo write to5..
__ __-_-_ Teleicrapk. reportlav etrnt and activitiestf employed in the Selective Ser-
5:28: A. M.
Interent. vice Board. ., ., .. ....
Finest Leather Used No. 108 (through) due Startle. "-- t

TRAINED: FOR |, University Lafayette, Ind., where Superior
:No. 44 (through, reservationtrain SERVICES
Albert Kruse, now nerving; as there are about, 1,000 men on thpayroll. e
TheElectric due Starke 2:31: M. '
an acting warrant officer In the R.... A. H. i.l...'.... r.......
Shoe Shop Starke and Bell INIII N. W.Ia.t Street
No. 101 leaves Starke 7 A. M. Marine Corps, spent the holidays QFFICKR OANOIDATK' Church School >:46 A. M. For Better Cleaning -

ACTON From Park Theatre No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: P. M. here with relative. Albert is now Victor C. Thomas, son of Mrs. Morning B. T. q. Worship T-OO P. M.11:00: .A. M to ,

Dally except Sunday Evening; Wornhlp 8.00 Pt..
stationed with a combat unit at K. M. Thomas of Starke and Wednesday E
I former Worihlp f::00 P. M .
I t ----- -- I.... .. ..... -.- ... .. .... ._ New .River, N. C., but expects to sergeant. with the local National f

DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST : l leave for foreign duty almost any Guard Contingent, now R.FIRST.. U. C.METHODIST.Powell. Pa.t..r NEW METHOD CLEANERSMr.
: 130 .V. (...r".. Street
day now. He recently completeda training at the Officers Candidate Church School 1 10:00: A. M
129 East Call Street \\i specialized course In communications Sunday ,: A. M. and Mrs. E. 0. Edwards, Owners
In New York City and is School, Fort Delvoir, Va. Young p rl.ehlfoIf..? M.:
Candidate Thomas Evening Wornhlp 8:00: P. M Temple Your Patronage Phone
Hours 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By Appointment ready to pee action In this Im- entered the Wednesday. Worihlp (:.00 P. 01AT. Avenue 13ft
Appreciated< : portant branch of the Corps. Army on July 23 and four months ,

When in the field he carries special later graduated MAIIK'. EPISCOPAL. L ._... .. ._._" .. _
wan from the .Re. Fred ....... HeetorMHI
communications equipment and jCnglneei-B .V. Chare Street
Replacement: Training
i in the event of an invasion he Church School 10:00: A., M.
School at Fort Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M
Belvoh' next
: would be "the firm man ashore" Sunday Rvenlna. 7:30 P.M.
We will leave It to the reader to the O. C. S. there. Whileat Friday Evening7:30 P. M.
; c Holy bays 10::00 A. M.
; decide whether he would want to the Replacement Training Happy "

'r t trade jobs with Albert or not. I School he won .a IIhal'Pshooter'smt'dal FIRST. PnR.MlYTRRfA'V!
for rifle. R.... ...... II. All.., P......
344 North
C-herry St.
"ITII ORDNANCE COMPANY If "Vie" passes the rigorous Church School 10:00: A. M

.t. HAPP Pvt. Willie H. Brown, son of qualifications and tests at this Senior Sunday Cru Worship.ad00 11:00: P.A M M.

fWYE Mr. and !Mrs.' Lem Brown of school he will be commissioned a Intermediate Youth .:-00 M

C -. Sampson City IH stationed .lIt second lieutenant upon comple Evening; Worship 7:00: PPMST .

.. Camp Shelby, Mitt,., with the 887 tion of the course. He would like -

1 Ordnance (HM) Co. Q. He Is get for all his friends at home to .. RDWAHD'S CATHOLIC 71wjeuJWe
He* Tina J. 31. .
ryk/ Paator

j:)i j.ElU} Y,Ej1}) } : i ting nothing along better fine than, and to would hear from like Candidate write him at Victor thtt Thomas address: Early Muss I Teaiple>lTlaa.9:00 Ber-rleea"y.A..M...

some of his old friends Co. "O"-24 Barracks Sunday Mann '::00 A. M.
No. T. 43
: : E. Week Day Man COO: A. UKIMC .
w% n1Ea3nhii'J] :: CLOSER 'TO HOME Third Engineers School Regiment t -
Belvoir, Virginia.: I.KY SAKE BAPTIST
Air Cadet
1 Ralph seems R..... H. M. Till..., Pastor feel deeply grateful for the
to be getting closer to ,home all The following''poem which was Services. Every Sunday have consideration you
the time. He halt left the basic written( .by '"ViC," fend,which appeared Sunday School-10 A. M. so kindly extended to us In the post and take this

I flying school at Bainbridge. Ga., In the November 11 issue Morning: Wor.bll1- A. M. opportunity the close of the year, to thank you for

:'f and Is now stationed at the Advanced of the "Belyolrj Castle! ," tbecamp' Rlblr GOSPEL School! TAKER each: Lord*A OLE Day']) at all the fine things that have been ours to enjoy,

Single Engine School', own publication, s3P.M. In the New Year we pledge continued effort
Marlanna Fla. how he feels about his branchof Evang-ellntlo Service Sunday on our
evening; 8lft. port to 'merit your goodwill. In appreciation of

h r It Is with earnest appreciation of your patronage in the STILL BUILDING the service: 8:1&: Bible-In Mission?Study Hall.Tuesday Evening consideration, and the splendid patronage resulting this

.' i year Just closing that we wish to soy to'each of you: Arnold Mathe formerly con: THK COMBAT ENGINEERS work Children1 Wednesday!! Bible a Lemon P. M. & Choral from It, we extend to you and yours a cordial' greeting
for the
{ t (To the tune of the Marines Prayer Group Thu.dayI."an8'.II.tlo New Year. May it be filled with all the
tractor with his father. R. H. Victory good
t. :, "Best Wishes for the New Year! Hymn) things you so much desire. '
Mathe, has been in the SolomonIslands : Meeting Friday
r: \ To the hills of old VirginiaWe night 8U.
since July, his father said '
I are called from far and I
this week. He
' Is a Seabee in the near rilfRCH OK. CHRIST
i Navy, building wharves docks Plrk.y' Mtiater
I'I To :
and uphold our country's freedom : p, M.
hoHpltals. H a along with Worllllill PARK
MATHEWS MODEL and The Lord'. .
: about 1,500 others left from Cal- Supper 11:00: A.M.
joints with little In the thorps of Engineer KvenlngWnmhlp 7:30 p. M
or no training, r
DAIRY since We will clear t the way for lib Thursday Worship 7SO: P. M.
they were already exper erty W. N. CARNASION
builders. Mr. Mathe heard fromhim i COMMUNITY (;0! PRf. MISSION:
Andwe'II keep one'honor clear tPeateemitalk
last Friday, and he .
i get And we I KI..1.7 Lake Vi Mile W of B Gate
I proudly bear the title
"plenty to eat, plenty of sleep I EranRellstlc. services: every. Sunday .

: ., : and plenty of work", he said., The Combat Engineers.We :, night 7:30.J. A. Brook. Sponsor r

\ are there-t4) build the roadways
) .
BUS!! ..
HOME FOR CIIRISTMAS N...........,. IICIIED'LR 8.......o.....
Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Jackson had We are there 'to bridge the f:21: A. M. 4.33: A. M.

e RDIAL as their most welcome guests durIng streams' t 12:16 10:20::: P.A. 11 M.[. 12-43 10:43:: A.P. M.M.

the Christmas holidays their) With our tank traps and ':12 P. M. Not to n'..i Ilte
j son, Staff Sgt. Morris owT. 2.: P. M. 3:43: p. M3B& Best Luck
Jacksonand N. T. : P. M. 5-J6 P. 11>I.
his wife from Fort Bennlng We will give the Jape bad I S-ftO: P. 11>1. O'vlllV only of

r 6RL1T1HGSor Ga., and their son Blake Jackson dreams 11:08'::45 P.A. M.M. iv1.1 t:13 P.*. M-M.
who Is
a 2nd class
storekeeper In We will blast him from his dug Eaat6errd O'vllle
the Navy. He Is I ::17. M.
really "pay rollclerk"
,,1 cuts. : A. M. Not to Ocala

for the Navy at Perdue His tanks will cau. no__ f.._arFor .<_. T:2S: A. M. WretS., N
/ the New Year ----- n :
we know that they can be a.an: I'. M. j.jj; p" Vj:,
.. stoppedBy St. Aucuntln Talla-haniie'. I '
7:20: A. M. *:-3 A M
P r f Sentinelsof the Combat Engineers 116: P. M. 1:30:; : P.P. M.M ) FOR A

N "Sir the foe Is now advancing Palatlc take City

1 We have found that HealthDon't Our lines are giving way.T HAPPY NEW YEAR
; in Neglect Them I Oh tell me sir, what shall we Quick To TreatBronchitis SI- .-
friendship business is
Nature do
, ., dailfnMl tea kidney to d. a ?
i mamloue iob.Th.lr talk la la beep the .
I b i ill greatest asset and we lowing blood "' .... ..... of IB exeaeiTl How shall we save the day?"
:.. toil. Impurltlee. fll.'.", .1 U.I.-. "Take it dear May happiness
lieutenant be
: f i' .,.. -.. ...nat..d,. prodnatna .... every
are grateful for And
yours.That's matter tile ..wnw>. ma.t remove from sergeant calm/your fears. with
the blood If rood ChronIc bronchitis you on' this NeW
la to endure. There may
; advancing develop 11
why we desire to W.... th. kidney. ( through the your
convey our compliments of theNew all to function a. cough cheat cold
or acute bron- Year's
,I j Nature Intended, three la. .....&1.. ol smoke chltis Is not V treated and day,and the three
Year to all our friends and to our sincere Sr.net.... On.tb. soy eauea.. .body-wide d. 8ee-the Combat' Engineers." afford to talte a chance With you cannot hundred
express may.ua r .nl.. bee.......... c1ne ''eM anrmed1.: and sixty four
: peraleteal beadache.attack of dlulMea( / than Creomutaton

wishes for..C? prosperity in the coming year. under Huns the up.,.nlcfata.-<..|.waIl.und...awVoua.. DutnneMi all Yes loved, we left our homes and trouble which I'OeS to help right loosen to the and seat o* the other days of the yeqr. Serving you in.the past

vats out. ones.We expel germ has been
'. laden year a pleasure
phlegm and we
aid hope to
rr.yoat.eanty or buntlai' nature to
, t are "'_bm.. (......., ..Id....paauiea of kida.y must sail across the sea 05th*and heal raw tender inflamed during the next twelve
r or bladder For our old Uncle Sammy bronchial mucous wembranesT months and the years
Tb,r.rota.d( d"-.treatmeatDOANS To keep Old Creomulston bend to follow.
Ia.dlurale_ela.to b.l;tb..ld..7.. Glory fee. oreo ote beechwood
: rid of..gee.poison. body If the Marine Corps and the byepeclal ProceasWith other
I u time
J. .. ; tested medicines
De. 14ga Tb.y ha.. bad = Navy It for cougba. .
eh.a berg r.are of pubs,approval.W contains DO narcoUca.
SAM ROSENBERG & SON .ndora4. ti..uuury ova. l. .t .. Should in Heaven ever peer No matter how many medicines
a Sold .t .U drug aora you have
They will find the streams have tried tenJSur druggist to
sell:you a bottle of
all been J with
bridgedBy the
N PILLS the Combat Engineers.Pvt. SS2Wa.understanding you the must cough like per-the MR. & MRS. A. HARTMAN

fry Victor Thomas or :you are to
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Washington D. C. (NWNS)-Justwhat
r changes will be made in our
I nation's rationing method as a re !
I suit of Leon Henderson's resignation fr4LJF ( i
as chief of the Office of Price
Administration have not yet been
determined, but there is little doubt -

Sif4" that the 1943 plan will be quite dif
ferent from the one in force today.
rIt.I't 'w Although Mr. Henderson was one
yf of the most hardworking and energetic
men in Washington and was
widely respected for his whole-
hearted effort to prevent inflation
A wounded marine la. shown being: carried aboard a landing barge and to set up a plan for the fairest

on the beach at Guadalcanal Island In the Solomon. lie was transferred distribution of goods to the people.. e> 1d
_ to a waiting transport for evacuation from the battle area, and It is generally agreed here that his
/ / will live to fight another day. resignation at this time was 'ad let A 1M
_.. : visable.
I In the first place, the reason Mr.
Henderson gave for resigning-poor
q health-was not given merely as a
/ screen for covering up the real ex
( ifePiiiis I planation. His closest friends here

_ / say that he has been Buttering for
some months and Is In real need of
(Each tx presented a pleiuro a rest But. In addition, he has
and word portrait01p.om.on.. when name im newel undoubtedly become very discouraged

The other 33 would be the first to tell you by the mounting criticism of
& 1 1 rl that when President Roosevelt, in the threat. his sides.work which has come. from all

ening summer of 1939, chose the nation's

r f r thirty-fourth ranking general as his chief of with His congress biggest and problem it Is known has been here Soup Serve It Hot and Savory!

t1 staff he picked the right man for the job. that the new (See Recipes Below)
congress was planning -
l No indulger in sword-rattling and personal to make
t things even harder for Savory Soups
f pyrotechnics George Catlett Marshall is a him than did the session.. Mr.,
This Week's Menu
soldier's soldier.a quiet advocate of preparedness Henderson believed that the IUC- -
S -r who became the efficient manager of an cess of rationing/ and price control Soup makes the meal! It used to -
d army that is run like a business. depended largely/ on rigid enforce- mean that soup set tone to what was Split Pea and Salami Soup

'5e Although General Marshall is best known ment, but congress refused to give to come duringthe Celery Slaw
as him the funds which he considered 4 meal but I'm Rye Bread and Butter
an organizer he has also demonstrated his
necessary to do an adequate Sandwiches
\ ability as a strategist Early in his army willing tQ wager
lob. Some of his Baked Pear
he drew for that soup will be
career an impromptu plan the
that because
say of this Milk
f defense of Manila that astounded his fellow refusal, the public has had to pay the md on manyof Given

I aiLed tin doctor what had happened, and ha grinned at me and said e' officers most of whom were still thinking in as much as eight billion dollars thesewintry Recipes
Some of your friends at home Dud Hopped talking about what. they'd LIKE terms of Dewey'a sweeping assault on Manila extra for the goods purchased durIng "* days. It can be

to do, andy gaga you back your life. Bay..A the past year. Others feel that quick and easy t? Chowder. This Chowder makes use

graduate bf Virginia Military Institute. no matter how much had been appropriated 'flit, yet nourishIng of haddock: or cod and salt pork.
mBy KATHLEEN NORRIf PAST MASTERYou General Marshall entered the army In 1901 asa it would still have been and full-bodied In flavor. Flub Cowder.

Hr *v ID, you know that thousands know her. She is a second lieutenant of Infantry" He is still an ins Impossible from rising.It to keep. the cost of l Serve substantial soup as a main) (Serve 8)

1 of our fighting j past master at the art of eva infantryman at heart although he understands was unfortunate that Mr. lien.dereon'l course for a luncheon; or dinner with 3 pound haddock er cod ,cot I.a ta
the need mechanized warfare and a salad crammed will vitamins and solid
'men saved sion. No is resignation came at the piece
are being one more eager to
skill that it.
has the to he
Marshall see gets
and dessert.
minerals a
time the 4 water
H do her same as announcement of cop boiling
> transfusions of the blood part If
y the acute gasoline shortage in the beena 2 fat salt
Green split peas have long I ounces pork
Bent out, to the battle frontsy nothing interferes, she will East for many people connected favorite ingredient of soup. Here i 3 medium-sited onions peeled
even let you pin her down to these two pieces of news and concluded
their friends at home? they are combined with salami. Other and slicedmediom'.I.ed

In horror of this a definite promise-to help that Mr. Henuerson was kinds of substitutes of meats or 4 potatoes, peeled
the warBould the walking out on a problem that had
out time need
next you HOMSEHOME ham be effectively and sliced
there be FASHION become too hot for him to handle. may
a more won- her. And no one is more con The people In the East feel that substituted if ;you so desire. 1 quart milk scalded

Bperful note of sympathy and trite when she fails to appear. r the gasoline situation, as well as Split Pea and Salami Soup.Serves 1 tablespoon salt

omradeship than .this, that She languishes in appealing most other sudden shortages, have U teaspoon pepper
( e)
Rhe life that runs so secure weakness when there is bloodto been badly bungled by somebody Simmer fish In 2 cups water until
In Washington. The greatest blame 14! cup. green split peas
fend safe and in be given then wastes tender; strain re.ervlnlIquld. Discard
warm your precious falls on the shoulders of the Officeof Clio cups cold water
veins should be shared with energy on alibis when Price Administration although. 1 sliced onions bones skin
there is work to be done. She ieDt: !>YPATRICIA In the case of the gasoline shortage cup etc., cut pork fine Jaand .
ome great fallen giant of aboy 1 cup diced celery /
almost an equal amount of brown slight- if
smiles evades the issue and DOW m teaspoon salt e
who lies white and un. flow blame II aimed at Harold Ickes, ly. Add onions, I./
smiles M pound salamiS .
conscious in a faraway hospital .. again lucky we Anihot of Shin Mu'. Kltch e._ who Is in charge of the nation's oil potatoes and 1'41.
are that there are so few women supply. cups milk miming water

breathing quietly low- likelier! 4 *m -associated ; Easterners have shown a willingness I Salt to suit taste and cook until potatoes are tender.
ler .and lower toward Time was when we Dash black pepper
deathsuntil annual to give up all unnecessary use Combine with flab mixture. Add
peanuts with the Big Top
I the help that YOU send him, the check Fair. Then of their automobiles and realize Soak peas in cold water for 2 scalded milk salt and
listed against It said: Show and the County pepper.
the need for
I tI'onr'"oua'' quiet hometownbegins "short.: 'Slxty-one per cent"That few years ago the research laboratories but feel stringent that officials gasoline here rationing hours In large kettle; add onions Beans are a good source of protein

I to flow in his-veins again meant that if that life-giving put them under a microscope, made the present pnblem more celery and Itt teaspoons of salt and can therefore be used as a

i Surely all modern science has fluid was destined for the veins of; so to speak and we've learned their acute by public announcements of Bring to boiling point, cover and meat substitute. Her Is a nutritious

B given us no greater miracle; that one thousand magnificent boys lying true worth. the shortage before determining simmer 2tt hours stirring occasion soup with an attractive tarnish of

H those of us who cannot wear uniforms wounded and faint and bleeding in Chemists analyzed in peanuts and what they were going to do about it. ally. Remove outer covering from hard-cooked egg and lemon.
food value
found them
and sail away on the great naval marine and army hospital., that the goobers so high compare favorably Checkups showed that as soon as salami and cut In small cubes or Black Bean 'Soap.Serve .
ships have actual living partBin newspaper headlines warned easterners add to (saving a few
can our six hundred and ten would die. Wouldbe with meatThe strips: soup ( 8))
the great struggle, through the rI that "A" cards would probably pieces for garnish). Simmer 30 minutes
condemned to death by you and quality of peanut protein has be suspended there was a 1 pint black bean
plasma-the technical! name of the your neighbors, and the kids in, the been found to be remarkably endowed rush to the gasoUne* stations by longer Add milk and pepper 21 quarts cold water

fluid part of the blood-which is nearest college and the healthy joyous with the essentials of high those,folding "A" c rds to get their and additional salt ,to suit taite. I mall onion, sliced

dried and sent to our sons. young things who are flocking to quality protein.As I tanks filled up before the ruling Bring to boiling point Serve.with II tablespoon batter
B But haven't contributed yet? i to mineral content peanuts melba toast or crisp crackers.:
you the movies tonight was made definite. Thus the gasoline 21 talks celery broken Ia piece'sU
Why. what do you mean? You haveHbeen Now. if you have any Influence with are much richer in calcium and stations, which were* low on It's a nice custom to serve justan tablespoon salt TM
phosophorus than either steak
hearing about it and reading or I V4 supplies were soon dried up com old-fashioned Brown Onion Soup
women at all, if you belong to a clubor eggs. Iron, however is .001 per teaspoon pepper ,
about it, but somehow you didn'tever teach in a school or If your cent higher In steak and eggs thanin pletely.It seems. to be more apparentto with its garnish of toasted rye bread .4 teaspoon mustard

clearly get it Into your head daughter goes off every day to workin the nuts. the public than to officials/ here and cheese. Few grains cayenne
what it was all about, you didn'tget a factory or office with scores of The vitamin content of peanuts Is that "timing" In announcements of Onion Soup. 1H' tablespoons Boar

'round to it? I men and women .associates appoint lower than that of eggs but other- t shortages and rationing plans is of (Serves t) 9 bard-cooked egg, sliced .1
Bj WeD then, put this paper downHind yourself a committee of one to get wise the vitamins are about the the utmost importance. Juice a lemon
same as those supplied by the ordinary 8 ((1 pound) onions

telephone Mary Brown who First famine
go this message over to them. For this I I they saw a sugar 1 lemon, thinly sliced
lone of the higher-ups in the Red is the great modem miracle that protein sources. j4 come, before sugar rationing went 1 tablespoons butter ? t
Cross. Ask her where the Blood thousands of the men who die in, Peanut butter the favorite peanut I into effect, because the government 1 quart soap slack Soak beans overnight Drain and
compound provide all these properties issued a warning about the scarc 6 slices bread add cold water. Cook onion 8 onto*
Bank is. And go there tomorrow.
base hospitals, NEED NOT DIE and in a form easier to digest '
Go of ity. That served as an Invitation 2 tablespoons grated cheese ute with half the butter and add To
there by appointment,
.we can save them. than the whole nuts. In their nat.ural to ,
hoarders stock
four hours after eat- to up. into tt-lnch slices Cook beans. Add celery simmer 3 or 4
course you've When you have contributed your state peanuts are difficult to Then came the announcementthat Cut onions
Ren a hearty normal meal. Drlnic pint of blood to the cause you gel chew and slow of digestion even i coffee was due for rationing slowly in butter until tender and hour or until beans are soft adding

Rail you want of water and fruit juice : a little pin. When you have visited in the butter. Nut oils are not indigestible and housewives Immediately/ took slightly browned stirring constant more water as water bolls away

Bin between the meal and going to the the Blood Bank three times you have even so, and the better t this as a cue to buy a little extra ly. Add soup stock heat to boiling Rub through sieve Reheat to boiling

Blood Bank no rich drinks or milk. a special decoration. And it seems presents them in such a form that coffee. In the coffee situation it point, boll a or 3 minutes. Toast point. Add lemon juice and _II.
the '
digestive juices act rapidly.Knowing .
| A Pint ef Blood. to me that there II no young person these things you can could hardly be considered a mat bread, put toasted cubes in each mixed seasonings. Bind with remaining -
ter of ho.rdlng-but if each house butter and flour mixed to
K They prick your arm at the Blood in our great country who ought not plan your menus to augment any wife bad tried to soup plate cover with 2 tablespoons
get one extra Garnish with lemon and
Bank, and draw off a pint of theBlood be 'ashamed to express ignoranceof deficiencies. Peanut butter is a pound of coffee It would have doubled cheese. Pour the hot soup over all gether.
that means life for some moth- and Indifference to the Blood concentrated food, supplying no the amount needed by the and serve with additional cheese if eggs.

mffm Ion. Perhaps yours. And that Bank and none who will not be bulk Itself so it's necessary toIncre..e Stores of the country at a time desired. A piquant and
the amount of bulk in the colorful salad to
biitlal prick-is all you pay in painor proud.to wear that decoration. when coffee was hard for them to Another soup that can take the
meal. It's a good idea to serve a serve with a
,li.J, were within those stipulated +M get of main dish Is real Fish ::so soup
this experience and that hour of ,I tart salad or a fruit dessert and Include do yid. yfi place a a ._i/) combines winter
fcolng and coming Is all you pay In years I Would want to be the first at least one bulky vegetableand !ul If the government had begun rationing

Rime. After the blood Is taken theyHive of'my group,, to wear It. and If I whole grain breads +fi r coffee as soon as the scarcity ; sharp vegetables wtth a
was apparent people are inform trench
you" a hot drink and a sandwich were a soldier's wife or a young girl Cream of peanut butter soup, peanut AM jog their congressmen, everybody Lynn Says: I dressing and
and that's all you do for two I would want to have that third-Um. butter and tomato loaf peanut 1 would have been happier about it. goes
well with
Ekr three months, when you do it all decoration to show to my husband or butter and potato croquettes macaroni r But letters that have been pouring Spots and Stains, : Holidays soup.
and butter
Kver my sweetheart when he home peanut scallop, pea Into Washington from Celery Slaw.
again. iSi came nut butter and or raisin salad easterners bring with them the InevitableAttains
The blood''Is evaporated packed from the war. prune show that they ,"consider the handling linens. Since (Serve 4)
-all these dishes add nourish. on your you
Kt to the far-flung hospitals of the One quiet big. heavy man In our of the recant gasoline situation 1 cop celery diced
ment and variety to menus at small. tp"to n't avoid .tii Ins, be prepared
Bar fronts, and-as a surgeon-doctor little town a man burdened with cost to be the "prise boner" so far () know what to do about them. 1,,cop cooked beets diced
8272 With the Office of Price Admin-
Pbd me. when he came back from the support of a beloved wife an Peanut butter toast Is another The American Institute of I,. caps cabbage shredded
, IstraUon under chief it is
a new
,Australia a few weeks/ ago "just the Invalided child, an old mother and very simple and good luncheon or ILL. expected that immediate efforts Laundering releases the information a tablespoon onion minced

tfcaowledga, that it Is, there plenty a baby;son-an unassuming man supper dish for children Spreadhot Flowered Frock will be made to remedy this situation that the best way to take )4 cap french dressing

Xof It, means the difference betweene who goes to, an office every day, buttered Cut in half toast inch with peanut butter. and Pattern No. 8272-We can't give and to begin rationing of goods care of cranberry stain Is to Salt sod pepper to taste

!* and death to the doctors." TheyIx faces changing times and war taxes arrange on hot plates.squares Pour over you any name for these flowers but before a scarcity has already ar spread the cloth over a bowl and Combine celery beets, cabbage,

this plasma with water and pourt and restrictions with a good deal of medium white sauce using 1 cup they DO add unlimited glamour to rived. If this policy is adopted it pour hot water on the stain froma onion, french dressing salt and pep. ,
into the draining veins of the humor never complains-has seven sauce for slices of tout this young slim fitting back buttoning will probably mean that rationing height sufficient to allow the per. Chill. Serve In lettuce cups.

Iberoes who are brought In white and times given his blood to men he Peanut butter salad dressing' Is princess frock. Imagine this will be applied to many additional water to strike the cloth forcefully Garnish with hard-cooked egg.
style in a subtly checked wool or necessities shortly after the first of
unconscious/ : and the color comes will never see or know, men from good with crisp vegetable salads rayon crepe with a flash of color the year It may Interest you to know If you're too busy to make meat
>ack to those ashen cheeks, and the whom he can never receive any and some fruit salads. applied in these giant size posies. that raw cranberries weaken the stock out of a meat bone and vegetables
Peanut Ratter Salad Dremlng.
Iboy opens Ills eyes and perhaps mutRers thanks. One-half peanut butter. H the dress couldn't be anything but strength of the cloth 25 per cent. called for In some of the

a surprised "what's cooking Back to Lite. water 2 eggs cup, lemons, % teaspoon cup a WINNER. ONESUCK. whereas cooked cranberries only soups, make bouillon, by dissolvingone
K Yet I know one eastern city in This is a real quotation from a salt Pattern No. 8272 is In sizes 11. weaken it 21.1 per cent to 22.4 of the concentrated cubes in

which three hundred thousand perfectly real letter by a boy of 22, sent after Mix and blend peanut butter and 13 19, 17 and IB. Size 13 with short per cent. bolting water
takes! 39-Inch
sleeves 2V yards
strong and healthy men and the Wake Island fight to a mother in water. Squeeze juice from lemons' terlal Vi contrast for ma. ... Coffee stains cocoa, and fruit For qulcky soups combine some of
Women between the ages of 18 and our town. Beat eggs with lemon juice and, pliques. yard ap juice stains wash out if the cloth your favorite canned soups like tomato

HO are going about, placidly unron- "When they threw me a rope I'd salt and add to peanut butter mix- is allowed to stand in a solution and green pea mushroom and

scious that there are such things asBlood only been in the water about 19 min. water ture. until Cook thick.over hot Beat not with boiling a wire, of cold dilute potassium permanganate chicken bean and tomato, mush

Banks. Many of these good utes but X was all mucked-up with whisk while cooking. for a minute or two. If room and celery etc.

elk are the ones who continually heavy black oil and through the Name II the stain remains, reduce it fur. Try topping soups with at dash of

Kay "My dear I'd be delighted to oil I could see the blood from my: .. I ther with an application of warm paprika chopped parsley popcorn.
o something for our''men.. God shoulder pulsing out the way a wave Office supplies of all kind for Addr f r 6 solution of sodium hydrosulflte. grated cheese, toasted bread cubes,

Knows, but with two boy In school ,would coming up through a bole sale at The Bradford County 1 t Milk, cream and Ice cream and swirls of whipped cream.

|*nd Harry working so bard there In a rock and brimming over and Telegraph. stains are best treated by being
tell tune
N.m. of ..... Lynn can you
doe.n.t seem to be one thing I can then sinking back again. It was the IIR. soaked in cool suds before washIng your table for family dinner
dol"! darndest thing you ever sawl A dime out of every Pattern No. 81 lz*_ in hot water. For candle .r III' Il"H'. glee you menu for your
[ So They Need Not Die. "A few days later when I was sitting dollar\ we Mm grease stains, use a solvent such I meal fit eeeordanee nith nutritionallUndard

Recently a cargo ship sailed with up I asked the doctor what bad Send 15 ,e nta In eoln "ora.cb as carbon tetrachlorlde spongingit *. lust write to her explainingyour
medical supplies from this same happened, and he grinned me and IS OUR QUOTAt pattern d* lrdl ta- on with a small pad of cottonon problem at Wtttnn Newspaper
said: 'Some of friends cloth which blotter Union. 210 South 1>".pl4i.... Street,
city the Invoice of what was required your at the under a
being fully checked except home. Bud, stopped talking about t VICTORY with Patricia Dow Patterns Ont Buck oufof Every Ten has been placed. Pat lightly ttamped Chicago,, .II-addrNHd Itlinoit. Pleat envelope enclose for.

-a one particular Where the item what they'd LIKE to do, and gave tee w. ink si.. n.w T.ra N. 1'. earn should bfqoinq but do not rub solvent answer.a.Iesaed .
"so,many pounds of plasma". was I you back :your life. U.S. WAR BONDS I you j your Of w...-* New.pa..r. Union.

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Through Courtesy of USO Newspaper-"Good Times"

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wife without living accommodations NCCS director since last June, Is .
merry rons of as you the please Tuesday are evening pat I,| la none the lens serious be- on his way 'to the Navy aw an "The USO Club Across from the High Schoor.usa

I, Lotka parties. The Lotka Is a cause commonplace, but when It Ensign, but before his departure NCCS (The National Catholic Community Service) at 14 Temple Avenue
kind of potato pancake and | cqmes. to the case of a soldier's from Starke, the local USO staffsconvened "The USO Club With the Bowling Alleys"; "
too. around baby, and sick at that the misfortune for a luncheon given In
and mighty have tasty one. Those Drop present at,! Is of concern to more honor of MjvRellly and his wife. USO YWCA (The Young Women's Christian Association) at 201 N. Walnut Street

j the last USO-JWB Lotka Party than Just the USO and the Red The USO-NCCS club lounge waa "The USO Club Near the Post Office"NEW

i Included Marvin E. Schulman, Cross. It Is EVERY DECENT the scene of the 'event. Table I _
PERSON'S BUSINESS On decorations were In Christina
I Starke USO-JWB director; Pvt
and Mr. Snyder Mrs. Henry LU Christmas Eve the local USOs colors and the good cheer of-the ) SUNDAY, JAN. 3
.J Bergman, Mrs. Abe Goldberg, were confronted with an Infant, luncheon was enhanced by the
s Mia Bees Dicksteln. director of ill to the extent of somethingnear playing of "Silent Night" on the 3:00: P. M. -Feature Movie"* f

g the Jacksonville USO-JWB, Cpl. pneumonia, and for whomordinary Swtoa music box In the Christ- c fiAPPY USO-YWCA ,

1+ Harry Brandt, El Shapiro, Mrs.S. .I housing could not be mas crib at the USO-NCCS Club. NEVJ 5:30 P. M. Feature Movie*" S:
D. Rosenthal Pvt. Harry Ros- found !in Starke. Finally, after Now music boxes and the beloved 1 YMAR USO-NCCS '
enenthal, Pvt. Jack Sliver Hen an afternoon of painstaking hunting carol will have another memoryfor ,
ry J. Korsower Roy Abramnon, I the soldier his wife, and the the Relllya, as all of us will 8:00 P. M.-Feature Movie*"
B. Mouswick, Henry Fruhling, sick baby were housed In Hampton have cherished memories of their USO-YMCA and USO-JWH '
,i Sgt Max Kachen, Pvt. and Mrs. I six miles away, and one, mile good work and cooperation in the :

Dick Seidmun, M a r I Ius Risley, from bus transportation. Credit cause of usa, The best of luckto YEAR'S EVE t'
Larry Chernoff Ruth Harmer, for the time and labor expended them! .. .

f' Esther Lutson, and Phil Flnkelsteln. In finding such accommodations i I 12 Noon: Luncheon Honoring: MONDAY, JAN 4
SgU Max Kachen played an could be found goes chiefly to Third Play..InUSOs'
the piano for group singing and an ardent Red Cross worker Mike Dew of the Navy .2-5 P. M.-Bowling for Army \Vivw

Esther LeltBonr school teacher i Later when news of the'.tragedy CuTrent USO-NCCS Make Recordings USO-NCCS
here on vacation from Flint I got around, a few local persons Theatrical r Season
9:00 M. Formal New Year's Eve Knitting
Michigan, of honor, 'I volunteered to insist the troubled : P. 2:30 P. M.-Red Cross
was guest 1#
iI i soldier and his family. All well MY S1STKR EILEEN: the popular Dance Army Band-USO-YMCA Instruction: USO-YWCA
Christmas Dawns Ever eat those delicious plea and good, but a little tardy. It smash hit that has rolled up 8:30 ... M.-New Year's Eve Dance 8:00: P. M. on Record-Making
could have been too late! All we
After USO-NCCS at the USO-YMCA? In case'' you wish to suggest, since no one I nenl'ly' one thousand New York (Married Couples) USO-YWCA ,USO-YMCA

\ don't know her here's the lady re-I knows better,than the USO that perfoi'mancea. Ill the two years' .
"Wee Hours" PartyAfter sponnlble. Known to the servicemen the impossible can't be accomplished since It opened on Broadway !in

an Just "Aunt Eudell," Mrs IH that a few Starko December, 1940, is coming to the
the Reverend Midnight Moderator Mass In of which the Mc Collum la a native of Tavures, citizens filled with the milk of Stance USO-YMCA stage In a production NEW YEAR'S DAY WEDNESDAY:,. JAN., 6
Florida, has two sons In the service human kindness the usa being offered especially
USO-NCCS Club was assisted by A New Year to All!
Happy Jappy 8:00 P. Entertainment
-one In the Army, the otherIn or the RED CROSS, or both, a for the service men and associated : Night
the John
Reverend Belx of Milwaukee "
the Navy""' and' In devui.ng her confidential listing which it will civilians by the Little Theatreof USO-YMCA
(known to some of the 2.11 P. M.-Bowling ,USO-NCCS
t Wisconsin khaki) 'service men time tp serving USO. be understood Is to be used ONLY Jacksonville: Marcella Cisney 4-11 P. M.-Bowling USO-NCCS
IN CASE OF JUST SUCH A directing After a four-day run' 4-6 P. M.-Open House; deception:
checked in the USO-NCCS
hall at for coffee, recreation DIRE EMERGENCY In Jacksonville, the Little Theatre Honoring Mothers of Service Men 8:30 P. M.-Photography Group
popcorn and a few roundsof Cpl. Dick Cluff We promise that ,your generosity troupe will journey to Starke from Starke and Vicinity Professional Instruction

jive to the tunes of the jukebox Gets Extraordinary will not be abused. A Greater where the brllllunV Comedy success USO-YMCA USO-YMCA--and- USO-JWB
It was a real Christmas One has already promised compensation will 'be.jUncurtalned on Sunday
Eve and our' volunteer hostess, Christma 'Gift to those who aid their evening;.p January 24th at 7
Mrs Richard fellow men in distress. p.;ml>,promptly. We are announcing" SATURDAY JAN. 2 '
Cluff, Wall absent USOs
for a certain '''rea lon. Anyway Cpl. Richard Alan Cluff, .some the"cu8t in,: the next Issue of Feature Movie at on Jan 3rdME.I.VYN"DOUGLAS
where in Alaska received an extraordinary GOOD,'TIMES,- but Dame Rumor '>
now she's the!! mother of a little 2-11 I M--Bowling. Soldiers Make in"HE'STAYED
(1111. Sharon, born on Christmasmornlnl' Christmas gift down A Boy In Khaki, ItalIt, that, (here Is not a single Recordings USO-NCCS ,
here In Starke ,, his female member of the cast who is
.when wife
and Mrs.St. John Is receiving A Girl In Lace : FORBREAKFAST"
8:30 P. M. Dance Band
all manner of I Eleanor one of our attractive not a "looker' just old enoughto Army

lions as a proud grandmother congratula, A I USO-NCCS hostesses", presented vote! Plan to attend, men This (Married Couples) USO-YWCA

few hours later Mrs. Cella Dew, him with a baby daughter, Sharon (This column !Is devoted to service III YOUR show! 8:30 P. M.-Dance, Army' Band

our snack bar hostess, greeted at the Camp handing Station men's* weddings. Let us know Dave Snyder and Miss Ada Fur- USO-YMCA ALSO MOVIE (SHORT
her son,. Mike fireman I Hospital at precisely 6:10a. : about yours.)
a first man, of New York ,
City were
class In Uncle Sam' i m. CHRISTMAS MORNING. Oil December 19, 1942 Miss
Navy.So Mother and baby daughter are doIng Mary De Faoll of C I n c 1 nnatl married recently at Camp ,Blandlng.
the Christmas was Apples and oranges polished by
merry enough Also Miss Harriet vVien- Many Names Talents
nicely Congratulations, Dick Ohio became the bride of Master Tea per cent of (Ineom
Those who helped serve were some soldier's who didn't mJnd your
also of. New York
the Dew girls, Patricia Keen Pvt I and Eleanor, and we hope for the Sergeant J. Del Greco of Cincinnati -, berg the bride of Private City Her-became Highlight Xmas this form of "KP" at all -. la War Bonds ,,will htl,

Victor Dimarzo,'and Marlon Love, proud daddy speedy and safe and Camp Blandlng, at St. I man ,Singerman of :! Blan- At USOYMCAAmong Jewell Presnell'a songs 0" Mrs. t, build ,the planes and U
return to hl wife and Edwards Camp : that will Insure defeat tf U
the latter of .Homosanaa Springs, daughter. Church, the Reverend Both Simmons' story of WHY THE
dlng. coupler are now living .
Florida (A, salute to courageous Thomas J. Murphy officiating In Starke. Again, congratu- the, many acknowledgements CHIMES RANG Ice Cream let and Us Axis partner
_ Marlon Love. 'whom ,father;;' an Christmas decorating Including Mm. LOUH! J. Reilly was matronof )lations1:,.and all .the happiness ,In which could easily-fill several cones (a remedy for the Chtldt.peas 'J f
employee, of an ,American tobacco Pvt. Ernest E: Early of Roanoke honor and First Sergeant Car the world! *' !.column are these. of perridn heat) ., .?.' and 'ctrtalnly,, not
company'In China, is a prisoner Va., Pvt. Curt A. Doty, of Friendly men Maslello of Jersey City, N. whoae} talents and services rendered t to fotget Mrs. Joella Thom'i to
of the Japanese). And a word of W Va., and Pvt. Charles W ,j., was beat man. ,. OVER Tilt TOP the USO-YMCA Christmas reading of THE OTHER WISE

thanks to those,who helped with 'Northrup, of N. Baltimore, Ohio A wedding breakfast for Sergeant ; FOR a merry''' one: the capable MAN t U you missed havingChristmas
and Mrs. Del Greco followed VICTORY
.' ... ._ ____.___ _- I In the USO-NCCS chairmanship of Mrs. R. A. Green with us, it Isn't too
lounge. wIUI ,Mr. L. Smith's jolly Interpretation late. Attend, our New Year's
EVERY BRANCH OF The USO-JWB secretary Miss I UNITED STATES WARBONDSSTAMPS i In costume of Old Mr Eve dance!

Della Rosenberg, also announcesthe I Santa Claus Mrs L. A. Can-!

following weddings; : Private __ ova's musical contributions Carollers, PrepetuateOld

: .9nJurance" CustomUSO

t ': [ Remember Pearl '''Harbor-Every Payday I girls and service men,

under) USO-YMCA sponsorship,
=-= '
perpetuated the ancient custom of

H. C. WALL I street carolling on Christmas Eve

ft'J' .' --'. In Starke. The group hiked prob-

ably all of two miles which in To the friends* and good
Agency -. .- N addition to singing, was quite an customers of this firm

achievement, but, not without rewards -
.. Constant? Service Over 50 Years .. for Mrs. Frank Wilson, We are grateful' for yourpatronage

provided homemade candy and and trust 'that we
F .4titi Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED Mra. Nollman provided punch and may continue to merit a-con-

0 0 cake for the carollers. The Jolly tiauance during the coming
event ended In the true Christmas
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",- note with the mass attendance of New Year.Victory .

the carollers at midnight service
ADS // >In St. Mark's Episcopal Church

WANTED or 6-room FOR SALE -- 0 1 '
-Clty park Subdivision ,
nUhed house. Permanent Symptom*of Distress Arising from
f Starke Lota 2 and 3, O Supplies
Call or write F. J. -
'I Block 3-Owner, Mrs. E.. W, STOMACH ULCERSDUE
Farm Raiford, Fla., 12.18
Miller, Lake Butler or inquire 'J.. I EXCESS ACIDFreeBoekTellsofiioineTreatiiieiitthat 129 W. Call St.IVY .
7 R. S. Downs, Bradford Engineering II.o r II
q* Waldo, 14 ml. south of 1.1 2tp I Must Help or It Will Cost You NothinaCheUWfmltllonbottt..oftheWlLLARD
1 and 2 WANTED ,
rooms. -
Electricity, Cheap plug.mare 01 1a I
i water inner spring mare mule about 750 Its. H. TREATMENT: : h _boon, cold for Ilalo'
IJ Frlgldalrea. $25 per couple B. Wiggins, Hampton. -Itp o I II II mptonu I a: Pw.Jm.l dixtrm UlMn, irliins due to from Knm MwnMhoil ....,_
I month. No children or t I Leg DlBMMAi. Sour or U_* .*......
141''. Maude FOR SALK V-8 Ford Omhma, MMrtburn,al..pl.wsu.Ste II
Wesley pick-up due to Exe* .Acid. Sold on 1 S dmtrt.fi l '
truck !In good condition; 8 ex. A.k for "miUrtf- Mman" which felly
FOR RENT-Small "-room tra-good. Urea and new battery ,, Iy uplains*hJ.trotmont-._.
Lights. Apply Cecil T. N. Kendrick: 222 South KOCH'S DRUGSTORE

: IF head YOU Lawtey WOULD BUY OR 'i Orange street itp y II I etUI

milk cows, stock cows, FOR SALE-good 900-pound 8- Y 1V '
t'- cattle, stock bulls or hogs year-old farm horse, with alt y I \ 'l'
In touch with J. D. Odom. farming machinery and Implements and "-
a Box 247 Starke; Box 201 D. E. Knight. 1.1 2tp I I

y City; Telephone 481 Lake 1" 6V v .,;..
Auction market every '2tp'I BABY ClUCKS U S. approved, 0 Yy Many of 'em!
day on all claaae. of live New Hampshire Reds, English 4 4 REPAIRING
at take City at 2:30: P; M. train White Leghorns from R. y 4
O. P, Cockrels from 200 eggs 4 .

LOST-$60 In paper money and up per year. Place your '
where In Starke Saturday, orders now for starter chicks 7 / a W. wish you all the Joy
19 in a small tobacco or 6-werks-old pullets. Reason- t of the New Year and a

Finder return $40, keep able prices. E. E. Wasdln. A/ / / J future of (lasting pros
Waldo, Fla. w
and thanks. Mra. W. T. 1.1 3tp perity, with success resulting
I worth Rt 2, Box 255-C from '
your; every
12-2 FOR SALE -Jersey cow Ha WHILE YOU WAIT effort.
heifer (first) calf. Prospects ,, fZSZ'ZSZJ5Z
goat for eli q sr- .
FOR SALE:-House, lot and fine milk" cow. Price aS + AU Work
$73. W, C. Guaranteed
niture. Starke Fla.
Inquire R. S. .
Bradford Engineering Co. Up Only Highest Quality -------- -----------

'" Leather UsedBROWNSTEEN'S
--Cream-colored, but -
ed Jersey cow. Might be Mrs. Miller's. Lake

by now, Tag In ear; Butler Fin 1.1 2tp A & P Food

painted on her hip. $5 Office. .
supplies of all kinds for SHOP: REPAIR:
j If found notify John 1.. at The Bradford I Store
i Lawtey, ria. 12-23 Across From Portofflc

G f c..WIeIl1' Kansan ty Slat. .

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